Thankfully we live in a day and age when it’s no longer taboo for men to care about their appearance. If anything, it has become more of a norm for them to do so. After all, feeling and looking great is not a gender specific benefit! As we head into June, we’ve got male-focused treatments on our mind for Father’s Day. Here are some of our most popular treatments for men that you can add to a loved one’s gift list or your own wish list for that matter!
While wrinkles can give us an air of distinction, when they become quite deep, they can also lend a stressed or tired look to our appearance. That’s where neuromodulator treatments such as Botox can come in handy. A few quick and precise injections ease the muscle tension that pulls the skin inwards to form the expression line. Once these muscles are relaxed, the overall effect is that you look refreshed and more youthful. Treatments last from 3-4 months with follow-ups required to maintain your results.
CoolSculpt those abs.
Sometimes, no matter how hard we try, stubborn abdominal fat just won’t budge. Many men are opting for a non-invasive solution that freezes away unwanted inches to reveal a more sculpted physique. CoolSculpting® is a revolutionary technology that uses Cryolipolysis® to freeze fat cells. When exposed to extreme cold, fat cells die off, and slimming results appear over a period of weeks as the body metabolizes the treated fat. The results speak for themselves.
Contact us to make a CoolSculpting® appointment today.
Male breast reduction.
For men with gynecomastia (an overdeveloped chest), the prospect of taking off their shirt in public can be cause for distress. However, there is a simple outpatient surgery that is life changing for men who are self conscious about the appearance of their chest. With a male breast reduction, a very inconspicuous surgical incision is made at the outer edge of the nipple (the areola) from which excess breast tissue, fat and skin is removed to reveal a more sculpted, flatter, firmer and masculine-looking chest. The initial recovery time for this procedure takes around 2 weeks. Major arm movements are to be avoided for 4-6 weeks after which time, the full scope of physical activities can be resumed.
Make a surgical consultation appointment with Dr. Nancy de Kleer, plastic surgeon, to discuss your options.