International Men’s Day is an annual event observed on November 19th. The day aims to promote positive male role models, celebrate men’s achievements, and raise awareness of men’s issues.
International Men’s Day began in 1992 and has been growing in popularity. The day has recently been celebrated in over 60 countries worldwide.
Check out the top 3 procedures for male plastic surgery this holiday:
A facelift is a popular procedure for men looking to rejuvenate their appearance. Using it can improve the appearance of the face, neck, and jawline.
There are two main types of facelifts: traditional and limited incision. A traditional facelift involves:
- Making an incision in the hairline.
- Extending around the ear.
- Ending in the lower scalp.
A limited incision facelift involves making smaller incisions, typically around the ear.
The recovery time for a facelift is typically around two weeks. There will be some bruising and swelling, but this should resolve within a few weeks.
Chin augmentation, also known as mentoplasty, is a popular plastic surgery procedure for men. The procedure involves placing an implant in the chin to improve the appearance of the chin and jawline.
Chin augmentation can help to correct a chin that is too small, improve the symmetry of the face, and give the face a more masculine appearance.
About six weeks after the procedure, most swelling will be gone, and results can be seen. You may need to avoid vigorous exercise during the first few weeks after surgery. Within 10 days, you can resume normal activities.
Gynecomastia surgery (Male breast reduction)
Male breast reduction surgery is a popular procedure for men who are self-conscious about their chest size. Using it can help reduce the breasts’ size and improve their shape.
There are two main types of breast reduction surgery: liposuction and excision. Liposuction involves using a suction device to remove excess fat from the breasts. Excision involves making an incision and removing excess tissue.
The recovery time for breast reduction surgery is typically around one to two weeks. There will be some bruising and swelling, but this should resolve within a few weeks.
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