The Case of the Daddy Makeover
As the body ages it slows down. What may have worked aged 20 will probably take a considerable amount of multiplication to achieve similar results years on. Much has been said about the Mummy Makeover and its restorative qualities and we decided to follow up on our Mummy Makeover blog post with one for the daddies.
Treatment packages tend to vary but it typically can include abdominal liposuction, tummy tucks, breast lifts and breast augmentation in response to the effects pregnancy can have on a woman’s body. A male-equivalent has long been mooted to effectively deal with the harder parts of ageing.
So we’ve been talking about the rising trend of the Daddy Makeover, which typically includes tummy tucks, abdominal liposuction and breast, or moob, reduction. According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery – a useful comparison for the UK – the most popular treatments for men are: liposuction, rhinoplasty, eyelid surgery, male chest reduction, and facelifts.
More and more clinics are beginning to see men seek treatments to take the sting out of the ageing process and give them that emboldening and affirming lift. The numbers of men inquiring about treatments has risen sharply in the past 10 years. The percentage of all cosmetic surgeries hovered below 10% for men for many years but in recent years there has been a significant, year on year increase observed across the sector. For instance, here at The Private Clinic almost 20% of the total number of men who undergo VASER at the clinic are above the age of 50 and the percentage of total treatments on men is generally increasing every year.
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