Every day increases the interest of many people to improve their physical appearance by resorting to plastic surgery and other aesthetic procedures, due to unconformity for some part of your body for birth imperfections or traumas.
We generally think that plastic surgery is the subject of women because they are the ones who must resort to these procedures, but new statistics reveal a significant increase in male cosmetic procedures.
Men seek to build confidence by improving their appearance.
According to the Academy Society of Plastic Surgeons of the USA Report in 2017 more than 17,500,000 procedures, it performed of which more than 1.3 million were performed on male patients and 14.4 million on women.
15 million 700 thousand of minimal invasion in lips, chin, and cheekbones. Nose reshaping increased by 3%. Bust and buttocks increased by 100% compared to the previous year.
Main cosmetic surgical procedures performed in 2017
Breast augmentation, 300,378
Nose reshaping, 218,924
Eyelid surgery, 209,571
Tummy tuck, 129,753
The statistics reveal that Americans resort to innovative procedures such as ultrasound, infrared light, radiofrequency, vacuum massage and injectable medications to eliminate fat and shape the body.
In 20017 were realized more than 2,000 additional tummy tucks in the United States.
Patients find through surgery the results they have not with diets and exercises.
With the surgical procedure, they can restore weakened muscles and remove excess fat and skin.
Surgeons reveal that in male patients, insecurities are the main cause why they require surgical procedures.
They seek to build confidence by improving their physical appearance.
Improving a specific area of your body produces a positive impact on the way they see their self.
The youngest use liposuction and tummy tucks for body contouring.
The Vaser lipolysis HD is a common procedure in men patients. It’s liposuction by ultrasound acting at the adipose tissue and transforms it into the liquid to facilitate the extraction.
It seeks to define the body to look more athletic without working a lot in the gym. It can be done on arms, shoulders, abdomen, pectorals, back, waist and legs.
Other popular procedures are pectoral implants and surgery for gynecomastia.
Men resort to implant when they are not satisfied with muscle definition despite physical training.
They try to fix a muscle not developed by a physical trauma or birth defect.