Everyone wants to age gracefully, and plastic surgery is the perfect way to enhance your appearance. Women are not the only people who want to take pride in their appearance! Thankfully, the stereotypes around plastic surgery for men are changing, and more male patients are discovering how transformative and confidence-boosting the right treatment can be.
While more men than ever are undergoing procedures to reach their desired appearance, some myths still persist. Let’s tackle the two greatest ones today.
Myth 1: Plastic Surgery Makes Men Look Feminine
Although many cosmetic surgery procedures were designed with women in mind, they are not gender-exclusive. A skilled plastic surgeon takes your anatomical structure and biology into account when performing any procedure; they respect the natural contour of your body, muscle mass, fat distribution, bone structure, and more to ensure you get the best results for your body and face.
Dr. Zachary Farris is a man himself, so he understands the nuances of anatomy that a surgeon must consider when treating male patients. Many men find that their faces and bodies look better than ever after treatment thanks to the toning, slimming, and subtle sculpting a skilled surgeon performs.
Myth 2: Men Don’t Get Plastic Surgery
In 2020, 13% of all plastic surgery procedures performed in the United States were for male patients. Popular treatments included breast augmentation, calf augmentation, chin augmentation, eyelid surgery, and facelifts.
We no longer live in a time where “cosmetic” is synonymous with “female.” Millions of men are discovering the benefits of plastic surgery, and the number of patients only rises each year.
From age-related concerns to congenital issues, plastic surgery opens the doorway for men to enhance their appearances, build their confidence, and feel better about themselves and their bodies.
Schedule a Consultation With Dr. Farris
At Farris Plastic Surgery in Dallas, TX, we believe everyone deserves to feel good in their own skin. Please contact us today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Farris. You can book a consultation or arrange for a virtual appointment. If you have any questions, please call our office at 214-416-9836.