Resculpting the Manly Man: Addressing 3 Common Concerns

for menWhen it comes to the art of cosmetic surgery, it’s usually associated with females. However, more and more men are interested in getting work done like a rhinoplasty, gynecomastia surgery, Botox, or a facelift. As some of the biggest ambivalences that many males face regarding plastic surgery, they are worried that their friends will know, that they will look plastic and that they will miss too much work. That’s why we have created this brief guide to address three of your most common concerns. Read on to learn more.

“I Will Look Plastic”

Unless you are trying to look like a Ken doll, the last thing that you want is to look plastic. Botox and dermal fillers often get associated with making people look plastic because they can restrict some of the movement in your face. However, with the help and expertise of a surgeon like Dr. Roberto Garcia, you will get natural looking results.

“My Friends Will Notice”

Getting plastic surgery is still a procedure that is stigmatized— especially amongst men. Depending on the procedure you get, your friends may or may not notice. If you want subtle results, then you should consider getting something small like Botox done. Whereas, if you want to get a facelift, your results are going to be a lot more noticeable.

“I Will Miss Too Much Work”

Again, depending on the procedure you get, you may or may not have to miss work. For instance, surgical procedures like gynecomastia surgery, a rhinoplasty, or a facelift will require you to take at least a week off of work to recuperate. Whereas Botox or dermal fillers can be done on your lunch break.

As a male, you may have a variety of concerns about getting a cosmetic procedure done. Luckily, by addressing some common concerns listed above, you can hopefully feel more informed. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, contact Contoura Facial Plastic Surgery today!

 

 

 

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