Popular Male Facial Cosmetic Procedures

Published on: August 9, 2016

The cosmetic surgery industry was once predominantly geared toward women. Yet now, more and more men are choosing to enhance their appearance through cosmetic surgery. Whether they want a more masculine jawline or want to reduce the signs of aging, many men have sought facial enhancements through a plastic surgeon.

For the face, there are a few popular procedures that men have been using to change their appearance. While women often want to soften their facial features, men can prefer to have more pronounced features. Some of the most popular facial cosmetic procedures that men seek at a plastic surgery clinic include:

  • Chin/jaw enhancements. A strong chin and jaw is linked to masculinity. For men that were not born with this attribute, adding implants can expand the size and angles of the chin and jaw for a more striking appearance.
  • Cheek enhancement. Cheek bones can have a drastic effect on the facial shape. Cheek enhancements through implants or fillers can change the cheek bone structure for a more masculine look. They can also diminish lines, wrinkles and bags under the eyes that make a man look older.
  • The nose is the center feature of the face – changing the size or shape can profoundly affect a man’s appearance.
  • Facial injections. Botox is not just for women. Older men want to look youthful to compete in a youth-driven world. Botox and other injectable cosmetics can be a quick way to erase several years from the face.

If you are a man looking for options to changes your appearance and boost your self-esteem, consult your local cosmetic surgeon. There are many options to help you look your best at any age.

Posted on behalf of:
Beverly Hills Center for Plastic & Laser Surgery
120 South Spalding Drive #236
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 288-0641

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