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Recent Blogs: Advancements in Male Plastic Surgery

10 May 2024

How To Look Like Male Models

You want to look like the male models, but you’re unsure how to do it. The good news is that specially trained surgeons can use invasive and noninvasive procedures to help you accomplish the look you desire.  This can range, but some procedures include jaw augmentation, pec enhancements, liposuction, and buttock implants.

Look like a male model

You Chose Male Models Makeover Because…

• You are a male model

• You are working toward a modeling career

• You seek sharper features

• You want to be competitive

• Your career holds you to standards

 

6 May 2024

5 Popular Male Plastic Surgery Procedures for the Summer

bicep and tricep implant surgeryA man’s pursuit to look great includes male plastic surgery procedures, not just wearing the best attire.  He must also feel great in the body that he’s in.  The key to looking hot at the beach during the summer months is to have a body you’re proud of.  You don’t have to be born with this body – you can spruce your appearance via a variety of invasive or noninvasive surgery procedures.  These include liposuction, Gynecomastia, 6-pack implants, bicep implants, and facelifts. Read more to find out why male plastic surgery has been on the rise by more than 106% between 1997 and 2012. Discover the benefits and the confidence it can provide to improve a body physique before summertime. Whether you are a young professional, athletic dad, bodybuilder, or CEO/Executive, stay on top of your game by looking your best this summer.

Below are the top 5 most common male plastic surgery procedures to stay fit and competitive for the beach this summer.

5 Mar 2021

Poland Syndrome Explained

What Is Poland Syndrome?

Poland Syndrome is a disorder that causes people to be born with missing or underdeveloped muscles on one side of the body. This disorder usually impacts the chest, shoulder, arm, and hand. People with this disorder tend to have a missing part of their pectoralis major, a vital chest muscle. In most cases, this missing muscle goes from the upper arm to the breastbone, which is why the arm and shoulders are also affected. This missing muscle can lead to shorter ribs, breast abnormalities, and underdeveloped chest wall muscles.

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