Men care about their appearance more than ever before. Their image is key to their work, dating, and career progression.
As a result, plastic surgery for men is becoming more popular. Men request rhinoplasty, tummy tucks and liposuction to achieve their ideal body.
A facelift is a surgical operation that tightens the lower two-thirds of your face, enhances the definition of your jawline and jowls, removes sagging skin from the neck, and reduces the amount of fat beneath your chin. It’s an efficient and straightforward method for making you look younger.
While traditional facelifts may have had a bad reputation, modern procedures have been made less invasive for better results and shorter recovery times. Plastic surgeons like Joel Aronowitz, MD, are more artistic than ever, striving to create results that complement your unique features rather than working with a one-size-fits-all mentality.
For the most natural-looking results, your surgeon will make an incision hidden in your hair above and around your ear (where it can be concealed with your hair). The skin will next be lifted upward and backward after they detach it from the underlying muscle and tissue. They’ll then trim away the excess and reposition any displaced fat to give you a more youthful look.
Your nose’s size and shape can be altered through a cosmetic operation called rhinoplasty. Addressing issues with the nasal septum, it can also facilitate breathing. It is performed under general anesthesia at a licensed surgical center or hospital. A physical exam of your facial features and the inside and outside of your nose helps determine what changes should be made. This includes assessing how your physical characteristics, including the thickness of your skin and the strength of the cartilage at the end of your nose, might affect your results. It is essential to choose a reputable surgeon like Dr. Joel Aronowitz. They are experienced, and you can have the security of a successful operation. During the surgery, the plastic surgeon removes your nasal hump by cutting the cartilage and bone with scalpels and chisels. He then reshapes the nose and nasal tip using cartilage from the ear or (rarely) rib cartilage. After he has reshaped your nose, he sutures the incisions. He leaves internal dressings and taped splints in place for one to seven days. During this time, you should avoid activities that pressure your nose. Eat high-fiber foods to prevent constipation, which can cause you to strain and place pressure on the surgery site.
By eliminating extra fat, liposuction slims and reshapes particular body parts. Its most typical uses are to treat gynecomastia (enlarged breast tissue) and make love handles, thighs, and buttocks look less prominent.
The procedure removes fat cells from the body, altering the shape and creating permanent results. But it does not shrink the billions of fat cells that remain. Researchers say these larger cells can swell and spew harmful chemicals into the bloodstream more easily.
In tumescent liposuction, the surgeon pumps a solution containing a local anesthetic and a drug that constricts blood vessels before suctioning the fat through small tubes. This technique helps to reduce bleeding, swelling and bruising.
Whether you are a man with a small or recessed chin, this procedure can help add definition to the jawline and a sense of balance to the facial features. It is also beneficial for men who want to enhance their profile with a stronger face without looking like they have a “double chin.” With today’s advanced chin implants, you can achieve the desired appearance through an incision under the chin or inside your mouth (an intra-oral incision). It is not uncommon for chin implant patients to combine a chin implant with other procedures, such as rhinoplasty and neck liposuction. The chin implant procedure is performed in the operating room under mild sedation. A pocket is produced for the implant, and it is secured to the bone with one or two sutures through a small incision under the chin in a natural crease. Patients will suffer minimal pain and discomfort following surgery, which can be managed with oral medicine. Visible bruising and swelling are common, but these symptoms usually resolve within a week.