Plastic Surgery industry has revealed that roughly 1.3 MILLION men in America are getting BBLs, liposuction, and ab implants KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Thursday, April 6, 2023

Plastic Surgery industry has revealed that roughly 1.3 MILLION men in America are getting BBLs, liposuction, and ab implants

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Plastic Surgery industry has revealed that roughly 1.3 MILLION men in America are getting BBLs, liposuction, and ab implants. (Read More Here).

There has been a silent surge of male plastic surgeries over the past 20 years in what some experts have dubbed the 'daddy do-over' trend. 

Figures from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons suggest 1.3million men in the US are going under the knife each year for liposuction, nose jobs, breast reduction, and even Brazilian Butt Lifts.

Its popularity is part of a rising trend of men wanting to go under the knife more generally. The report released by the ASPS, which represents 93 percent of all board-certified plastic surgeons in the United States, reveals that in 2018 there were 1.3 million cosmetic procedures performed on men. In 2017, there were another 1.3 million cosmetic procedures performed. These numbers represent a 29 percent increase in men seeking out plastic surgery since 2000.

Like all plastic surgery, popular male procedures can be divided into two categories: cosmetic surgical procedures and cosmetic minimally invasive procedures. The latter refers to the use of newer technologies, like injections and lasers, to produce cosmetic effects without putting patients under the knife. 

In 2018, there were 200,000 cosmetic surgical procedures performed on men and the most popular choice was rhinoplasty — more commonly known as a “nose job.” Eyelid surgery ranked second, liposuction ranked third, and breast reduction ranked fourth.

Dr Matthew DelMauro, a plastic surgeon in NYC, told that while many female celebrities proudly flaunt the results of their procedures, a taboo still exists among men. He estimates 15 percent of patients at his Manhattan clinic are men — a number that continues to rise every year. 

Some men have not been put off by the stigma, however. Last June, Chicago rapper BandMan Kevo went viral for announcing his recent plastic surgery. The daddy do-over is a play on the term ‘mommy makeover,’ or a combination of cosmetic procedures that restores a woman’s appearance to that of before she had children. 

For men, the goal is to get rid of the ‘dad bod’ they may get from changes in diet or routine after becoming a parent, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. 

Procedures aimed at trimming fat, such as liposuction, are the staples of the daddy do-over.

Kevo, who underwent abdominal and waist liposuction, as well as a Brazilian Butt Lift shared his results on Instagram. 

'I was working out hard and still couldn't lose my stomach fat,' Kevo wrote. 'I was 284 now I'm 220, but you still have to work out hard.' 

'I had them take fat from everywhere to form my sh*t. My lower back, my legs, everywhere. Everything was weird about my body because I weighed 284,' Kevo wrote.

This Father’s Day, you could get dad something conventional. Dads like ice coolers and shaving kits; they like key finders and Bluetooth headphones too. Or, you can get him something he actually wants: Plastic surgery. According to a report released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons on Wednesday, the “Daddy-Do-Over” is an increasingly popular Father’s Day request.

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