Posted October 16, 2015
More and more men are beginning to look to plastic surgery to address issues as varied as stubborn fat deposits and premature signs of aging. If you are a man who is unhappy with any aspect of his body, board-certified Pasadena plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole welcomes an opportunity to meet with you free of charge, discuss your goals, and help you choose those procedures best suited to produce the striking and masculine look you deserve.…
Posted May 13, 2013
Plastic surgery has always been a popular service among women. However, in the last few years the amount of men seeking plastic surgery has also increased. The procedures that men are undergoing the most include:
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), this procedure is the most popular form of plastic surgery among men.…
Posted July 03, 2012
If you have lost a considerable amount of weight, you may have droopy, excess skin that hangs on certain regions of your body. This can occur after weight loss in both men and women. Some of the other factors that can contribute to this unwanted problem include the gravity pull of aging, excessive sun exposure, and pregnancy.…
Posted February 22, 2012
It’s no surprise that more women than men have a cosmetic surgery procedure performed. But every year, more men are opting for plastic surgery. In fact, the number of men getting work done has increase 50 percent in the last five years.
There are many cosmetic options available to men. Chest reduction, ear lift, chin liposuction, and rhinoplasty are just a few of the many procedures men are having performed.…
Posted March 31, 2011
According to CBS 8 a shaky job market and a less-than-sunny economic outlook may be driving millions of American men to undergo what was once considered almost exclusively for women: cosmetic surgery.
A new report shows a 2 percent jump in U.S. males opting for facelifts, Botox injections and other cosmetic work compared with 2009.
The report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons shows men underwent more than 1.1…
Posted June 26, 2010
Sclerotherapy is a common treatment for varicose and spider veins that has been used since the 1930s. Sclerotherapy involves an injection of a solution (usually salt water) directly into the affected veins. The solution causes the blood vessels to immediately shrink, and then dissolve over a period of weeks as the body naturally absorbs the treated vein.…