I have always had a thing for older men. In fact, I married a man who is 15 years older than me and constantly tell him he SHOULD NOT color his gray hair (mainly because I don’t want him to walk around with a head looking like its covered in shoe polish but I digress). To me his deep-set wrinkles remind me of his distinguished life and honestly I am more attracted to him now than I was 20 years ago when we first met. Now however, I am thinking getting a little Brotox and maybe even an eye job would do my sugar daddy good.
While many men are turning to fitness and diet to slow the aging process many are also turning back the clock care of a little surgical nip and tuck to compete in an increasingly younger workforce and to equally look the part.But what truly drives a man to get plastic surgery? We all have heard of the Mommy Makeover, but what about a Daddy Do Over? Are men getting facial enhancements and cosmetic surgery to make themselves more marketable when looking for a job? Is it more important now seeing how there are so many younger job candidates?
We chatted with Dr. Z. Paul Lorenc, a board-certified plastic surgeon and member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery based in New York, to find out what men are looking for in regards to improvements for job purposes, what the most requested procedures men are asking for and what is involved in a Daddy Do Over.
MMSD: What are the most requested cosmetic surgeries or makeovers men are asking for? Has there been a change in recent years?
XeoMan – is obviously the most popular. Throw in a little filler and you can be in and out of the office in half a hour. This addresses two of the main issues men come to me for – the XeoMan relaxes the muscles and the Radiesse and Belotero fills the wrinkles.
MMSD: What is the biggest difference you find in your interactions with men vs. women who come to your office asking for a procedure?
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