Modern society's increased emphasis on looking young and fit has caused men to begin to take an increasing interest in their appearance. They're spending more time shopping, working out, and even having cosmetic treatments to present their ideal image in both their professional and personal lives. "Over the last decade, it has become much more socially acceptable for men to undergo cosmetic surgery," says Newport Beach facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Sadati. "In today's society, men are expected to look young, healthy, and stylish, so they are turning to a wide variety of products and services, like Male Rhinoplasty surgery, to help them look their best."
Ideal candidates for rhinoplasty are males at least 17 years or older, people who are currently discontented with their nose appearance, and those seeking health-related improvements such as correcting a deviated nasal septum that causes difficulty breathing. Candidates should be in a good health, both physically and mentally with realistic expectations. A primary difference between male and female rhinoplasty candidates is that men tend to have thicker skin layers protecting stronger bone and cartilage structures. Male surgeries are usually performed using a technique which retains their masculine looks - characterized by a strong and straight nasal dorsum. Male rhinoplasty procedures that improve and maintain the natural masculine look is done carefully with a conservative approach to ensure that the overall look is coordinated with the rest of the face to achieve a facial harmony. Sometimes Dr. Sadati will recommend the patient combine the nose surgery with a chin implants if he sees that the nose is too pointy and there is evidence of weak chin.
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