Why should one gender only enjoy all the positives of modern plastic surgery procedures?
Dr Scott Turner MBBS(Hon), BSc, MS, FRACS(Plast)
As men age, it is not uncommon for them to develop fine lines, wrinkles and creases throughout the face and neck. Years of sun damage, poor diet and stress can take their toll on one’s appearance. These visible signs of aging can cause many men to feel self-conscious or even depressed.
Men are becoming increasingly aware of these early signs of ageing and wish to address them before they become more pronounced. It may come as a surprise to some that one of the most popular cosmetic procedures for men is a facelift, also known as rhytidectomy. Face-lifting techniques have advanced significantly over the last couple of decades, with the aim is to refresh and rejuvenate the face rather than make the face appear unnaturally tight or feminine.