The answer is yes. Both men and women seek plastic surgery procedures at Brighton Plastic Surgery.
Men seek consultations for a range of plastic surgery procedures, both for their face and their body. Whether you are seeking to address some of the physical changes that come with the natural ageing process or have inherited conditions or problems after a traumatic injury, our plastic surgeons have considerable experience in plastic surgery for men.
Your plastic surgeon will meet with you in person and discuss your specific circumstances, answer your questions and discuss what can be realistically achieved. Some of the male plastic surgery procedures requested by men visiting Brighton Plastic Surgery include:
A Rhinoplasty will change the shape, size and general appearance of your nose.The desired result is to achieve a harmonious balance with your other facial features. Even minor or subtle changes can have a profound effect on the overall appearance of the nose, so it is important to discuss this with your surgeon.
If you are seeking this surgery due to a previous injury to your nose (often a previous break sustained whilst playing contact sport), it’s OK if the injury was a long time ago; this will be taken into consideration along with several other factors.
You will need time off work and sport so be sure to come armed with a list of questions!
Also called “rhytidectomy” a facelift smoothes loose skin and wrinkles on the face and neck, tightens underlying tissues which have become lax and sagging with age, and gets rid of excess fatty tissue.
It isn’t a one size fits all procedure and there are different considerations that need to be given to both men and women. Mr Mutimer will discuss the best approach for you given your specific requirements and expected outcomes. He is well placed to answer your questions.
Eyelid surgery (also known as blepharoplasty) is a commonly performed procedure by Brighton Plastic Surgeries Specialist Plastic Surgeons.
Upper and lower eyelid surgery will change the shape and appearance of your eyes. It removes the excess skin from the upper lids and eliminates loose skin under the eyes. It can also be performed to correct vision impairment as a result of loose skin in the upper eyelids.
Your surgeon may recommend upper eyelid surgery, lower eyelid surgery or in some cases, a combination of both.
Male breast reduction (Gynaecomastia)
Men can develop enlarged breast tissue – known as gynaecomastia.
The condition refers to enlargement of glandular tissue, not fat tissue. It can happen to males of any weight or age and can sometimes be an inherited condition.
Obese men can look like they have this condition due to increased fat tissue all over the body however this is not true gynaecomastia. Even if this is the case for you, we are still able to offer solutions.
A/Prof Shayan can discuss a number of treatment options available to improve the appearance of the chest area and the best treatment plan given your individual circumstances.
To find out more about male plastic surgery or to book a consultation phone (03) 9592 0522 or submit a confidential enquiry via our website.