More and more men are electing to have cosmetic surgery. The increased awareness of plastic surgery among men probably reflects an increase in awareness of health care issues.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the most common procedure in men is liposuction, followed by rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty, male breast reduction for gynecomastia and then facelift. Liposuction does not replace working out, but it helps reduce the fat in areas that exercise tends to miss such as the chest and love handles. The best results are obtained with continued regular gym workouts .
Dr Toth appreciates the subtle differences between plastic surgery for men and women, and has the excellent experience to enhance mens’ appearance and lifestyle, making men look youthful and vibrant.