Following the new trend of women who complete childbearing to seek the improvement of their body and face in the surgeries of Plastic Surgeons, it is the turn of their husbands.
A new statistical study by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons reveals the fact that 1.3 million cosmetic surgeries were performed on young men last year.
It is obvious that men do not experience the physical changes that a woman goes through during pregnancy and after childbirth. But in a highly competitive and demanding society, changes in a man's face and body are perceived and it is quite difficult to deal with conservative measures.
In 2018 alone, young men in America underwent more than 200,000 surgeries, with rhinoplasty being the most common, followed by eyelid surgery, liposuction and gynecomastia restoration.