Plastic Surgery Options for Men

According to 2018 statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), men underwent 1.3 million cosmetic procedures last year. That’s 8 percent of all cosmetic procedures performed during the year. Breaking down the numbers a bit more, men underwent 214,741 cosmetic surgery procedures and 1.09 million non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

While women still undergo the vast majority of plastic surgery procedures, men benefit a great deal from aesthetic rejuvenation. If you want to look your best, consider some of the procedures below. Dr. Mark A. Deuber can go over all of the pros and cons of each in greater detail if you visit his plastic surgery and skin care practice in Dallas, TX.

Facial Lifts

While a few fine lines and wrinkles can leave you looking distinguished, many creases, sagging, and signs of aging leave men feeling self-conscious. That’s where facial lift surgeries can help. The traditional facelift is the most common, but there are also procedures for the jowls and the neckline. Whether you undergo a brow lift for forehead lines or blepharoplasty for the eyelids, we can help you shed years from your looks.


If you have issues with the appearance of your nose, you’re not alone. A crooked nose, problems with a drooping tip of the nose, bridge bumps, or issues with a broken nose can all have a negative impact on the appearance of your face. Thanks to functional rhinoplasty and cosmetic nasal surgery, these problems can be revised, helping improve the symmetry and balance of your facial features.

Facial Implants

Some men wish they had prominent cheekbones or chins to given them a more statuesque, masculine appearance. This can be achieved thanks to facial implants. These custom implants and bring greater definition and shape to the cheeks and chin, helping you look more appealing.

Male Breast Reduction for Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia is a condition in which a man develops effeminate breasts. When too much fat and tissue builds up around the chest, it can leave a guy feeling self-conscious. Thanks to gynecomastia surgery, the extra tissue can be removed, giving men more masculine chests and better defined pectoral muscles.


No matter how much you diet, exercise, and lift, sometimes the last stubborn bits of body fat won’t go away. That’s where liposuction comes into play. Using targeted suction, this cosmetic fat removal procedure can get rid of belly fat, love handles, flab around the back and torso, and even nix the unwanted fat of the upper arms and thighs.

Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

After losing a lot of weight, it’s not uncommon to struggle with loose skin around the lower abdominal region. This skin is stretched out and will not shrink back on its own. That’s when a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) is a good option. The underlying structures of the abdomen can be revised and loose skin can be removed.

Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)

The shoulders and triceps often accumulate extra fat and flab that’s tough to remove. If liposuction is not a good option, you may need to consider an arm lift instead. This will remove loose skin and pull the remaining skin tighter, giving your shoulders and underarms a more defined and toned appearance.

Cosmetic Injectables

More and more people are turning to cosmetic injectables such as BOTOX and dermal fillers to help them look younger. These non-surgical wrinkle-fighting injectables are more affordable than surgery and have few serious side effects. A few cosmetic shots might be what you’re looking for to look years younger.

Learn More About Your Aesthetic Enhancement Options

For more information about different plastic surgery procedures that may be right for you, be sure to contact a skilled cosmetic plastic surgeon. Dr. Deuber and his team are here to help you look your best.


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