Male Cosmetic Surgery is Becoming the Norm from Shanghai to L.A., says Beverly Hills Physicians

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The Los Angeles area medical group comments on a recent article that, as cosmetic procedures become more popular worldwide for both men and women, a snowball effect is underway.

Male breast reduction procedures to deal with gynecomastia (enlarged male breasts) typically help men to feel much more comfortable in all kinds of settings.

People of all genders interested in enhancing their appearance should never feel ashamed for wanting to look and feel their best.

An August 21 article on the South China Morning Post details the skyrocketing popularity of cosmetic surgery among males—and people in general—in China. The article notes that men comprise 15 percent of the billion yuan field of plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures in the world’s most populace nation. Medical and cosmetic group Beverly Hills Physicians says that the boom in procedures for men in Asia has been happening in the United States for some time now.

Beverly Hills Physicians says that procedures such as male breast reductions, liposuction, tummy tucks, and rhinoplasty are all very commonly chosen by U.S. men who want to be more confident in their appearance. The medical group adds that, whether cultural critics like it or not, today’s world prizes a youthful appearance and people of all genders showing their age can have a genuine impact not only on their social lives but their professional lives as well. People of all ages – often subconsciously – tend to assume that older people may be less vital and “in touch” than their younger-looking peers. Beverly Hills Physicians is quick to note that, unlike in decades past where there may have been an unjust stigma against plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures—especially for men—today’s world is much more accepting of these kinds of procedures. The clinic adds that in fact, more and more men are opening up to the idea of getting some type of work done, whether it’s a tummy tuck, rhinoplasty, or “brotox.”

Beverly Hills Physicians says that, just as women have long complained about the media’s focus on the feminine ideal in appearance, men in the United States are increasingly bombarded with imagery of athletes and actors who may spend literally hours a day perfecting their physiques – and they need not be portraying superheroes or ninja assassins. These days, it’s not uncommon to see an actor playing, for example, a troubled alcoholic college professor, who removes his shirt to reveal the kind of muscular torso that most men would not be able to achieve in the peak of health. The healthcare provider notes that cosmetic surgery offers many individuals who are unable to dedicate hours upon hours every day to the same unsustainable exercise and dieting regimes as pro athletes or actors a chance to even the playing field just a little.

Beverly Hills Physicians says that not all procedures are about looking fabulous and attracting attention; many are about looking more typical and attracting less attention. One example is male breast reduction to deal with a condition known medically as gynecomastia which results in oversized male breasts. The medical group says the male patients tend to be extremely pleased with their outcomes; they typically report feeling more masculine and self-confident following their plastic surgeries. Beverly Hills Physicians says that people of all genders interested in enhancing their appearance should never feel ashamed for wanting to look and feel their best.

For more information on Beverly Hills Physicians, visit the medical group’s website at or call 1-800-670-3602.

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