A few years ago cosmetic and plastic surgery was less common among men, but presently, more and more men are going for it.
There are a lot of things that men, just like women, have to take into consideration before having a cosmetic and plastic surgery.
The first thing that a man has to ask himself is: “Do I really need this surgery?” Don’t you think that there are a lot of things that you can do to maintain your good appearance without any cosmetic and plastic surgery?
If you want to have liposuction, consider diet and exercise before undergoing the surgery. If you have “man boobies,” go for exercises or hormone therapy.
The next thing that you should consider before opting for a cosmetic and plastic surgery is the cost. Plastic surgery is not cheap, and you will most likely be paying out of your pocket because it is not covered by health insurance. Gynecomastia, which is the removal of “man boobies,” can cost around $2500, abdominal liposuction will cost around $3,000, and pectoral implants — around $6500. These are some of male cosmetic surgery procedures that can put a hole in a your pocket.
Nevertheless, if you have decided that it is in your best interest to get a cosmetic and plastic surgery, you should firstly consult a physician. Just like all surgeries, cosmetic and plastic surgery comes with risks, which can be exacerbated if a person has health problems. After receiving clearance from a physician, you will then meet with a plastic surgeon for future consultation. During the consultation, the plastic surgeon will answer all your questions concerning the surgery.
Cosmetic and plastic surgery is no longer just for women. Both genders are feeling more and more conscious about the appearance, as the image of what’s “hot” or “beautiful” gets harder and harder to attain. The best both men and women can do is to make themselves feel better about their appearance without surgery. If this doesn’t help, only then let the cosmetic and plastic surgery be your last resort.
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