Plastic Surgery is the Latest Craze Among Millennial Men


The number of millennial men going under the knife has significantly increased. This is according to the study by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Among the top reasons for wanting to look younger include the desires to feel better about their personal selves, appear less stressed or tired, and to please their spouses or partners. About 42% of those who are in between the ages of 25 and 34 choose to go under the knife so they can remain competitive in the fields they chose.
Thirty one percent of men said they were extremely likely to consider a cosmetic procedure, either surgical or noninvasive, according to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Among that 31 percent, 58 percent were from 25 to 34 years old and 34 percent were aged 18 to 24 years. Both age ranges are members of the millennial generation.
Many sees social media as a major contributor to this trend. With social media, many millennial men are able to see themselves in a different angle. And with filters being available, they get to see the better version of themselves. This is what they want to achieve when they decide to undergo a plastic surgery procedure.
The companies profiting from these procedures have taken note of the trend. "Attitudes toward aesthetics are changing, and there are two trends driving market expansion," William Meury, the chief commercial officer of Allergan Plc, maker of Botox, said during a press call in early May. "The first is a youth movement, with the 20- to 30-year-old segment expanding rapidly. The second is a male movement, with more interest by men in aesthetic procedures, and we expect these trends to accelerate over time."
Many plastic surgeons take advantage of this new trend that they are now marketing to men specifically. But plastic surgeons should think about the welfare of their patients first. If a plastic surgery is not going to be helpful to the patient in the long run, then it should not be rushed nor should be an option. Get advice from a top plastic surgeon in Singapore. Dr Martin Huang, Singapore plastic surgeon, is here to help you make an informed decision. Read more from this source.