...Just as women may have the opportunity to improve their level of self-confidence on both a personal and a professional level through a plastic surgery procedure, the same also obviously applies to men.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) October 26, 2015
An October 23 article in the Times of India discusses an apparent rapid increase in the number of men seeking out plastic surgeries and other appearance-related treatments, particularly among those working in the IT and corporate sectors. Beverly Hills-based plastic surgeon Payam Jarrah-Nejad, M.D., F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S., known more familiarly to patients and colleagues as Dr. J, notes that, while the rapid rise in career-conscious Indian men seeking out improvements in their appearance is fascinating, it’s also indicative of a more gradual worldwide trend. In countries as diverse as the United States and South Korea, more and more men are realizing that their appearance, too, impacts the way they are seen. Dr. J notes that, just as women may have the opportunity to improve their level of self-confidence on both a personal and a professional level through plastic surgery procedures, the same obviously also applies to men.
Specifically, the article states that, among the most popular treatments for Indian men are a number of facial procedures and also breast reductions for gynecomastia, the often hormonally-based medical condition which causes oversized male breasts. Dr. J notes that this is also largely the case at his practice, where two of the most popular treatments for men by far are rhinoplasty (nose jobs) and breast reductions.
In the case of the former, Dr. J adds that it’s only natural that men want a nose that truly complements their overall appearance, whether the appearance issue is the result of genetics or was caused by a broken nose at some earlier point in their life. As for breast reduction, Dr. J notes that, especially in the image conscious Greater Los Angeles area, it’s not only women who are concerned about the appearance of their so-called “beach body” or even the way they may look in a form-fitting shirt. Moreover, he adds that, for younger men in particular, having breasts that are seen as bordering on feminine can have a fairly destructive effect on their self-esteem and make them extremely self-conscious at a particularly sensitive point in their lives.
Dr. J adds that, all over the world and definitely here in the United States, it’s clear that more and more people are realizing that plastic surgery is here to help people of all genders and backgrounds make the most of their lives. Anyone reading who would like to find out more about a free initial consultation can call Dr. J Plastic Surgery at 310-993-3800 or visit http://www.DrJPlasticSurgery.com or Dr. J on Facebook.