Male plastic surgery: objective and treatments

What are the objectives of facial surgery?

Facial surgery basically we could say that it pursues a couple of objectives. One of them would be the facial rejuvenation already in people of a certain age and another type of objective would be to harmonize a series of defects at the level of the face as it could be the surgery of the ears or the surgery of the nose basically.

Why is it more and more frequent in men?

Cosmetic surgery has always been related to beauty and beauty has always been related to women. In recent times, this is changing for several reasons. Men are increasingly accessing surgery and aesthetic medicine treatments both for personal aspects of taking care of their image, as well as for work aspects depending also on society. All this means that the fight against facial aging has become more equal between men and women.

What are the most common treatments?

We could differentiate in younger ages two types of treatment, one of them would be the otoplasty which is a surgery that involves correcting, through a series of stitches, the detached ears and the other is rhinoplasty which is surgery of the nose, responsible for fixing and harmonizing a number of deviations of the same.

In more mature ages, at a surgical level, we could talk about blepharoplasty, which is the correction of the bags of the eyelids, likewise the bags are removed from the eyelids and a little bit of excess skin.

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As medical treatments, we could basically differentiate infiltrations with botox to correct expression wrinkles, fat transfer and infiltrations of platelet-rich plasma.

Are there any differences with respect to female facial surgery?

When aesthetic surgeries are performed on men, technically the interventions are performed in the same way. What we simply want to achieve is more naturalness, which forces the surgeon to act perhaps with greater precision, seeking both this subtlety at the level of nuances to achieve naturalness, which is what the patient always demands from us.