6/24/2011

The number of men seeking plastic surgery each year continues to rise, increasing 2% from 2009 to 2010, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. "Men have always been lagging behind women's acceptance of cosmetic surgery as part of their normal aging process, but I think it's no longer out of the norm," said ASPS member Michael Olding, M.D., chief of plastic surgery at the George Washington University Medical Center. For one patient, ASPS member Stephen Baker, M.D., recommended a tip rhinoplasty and eyelid surgery for a result "without that tight look."

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