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Male Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery is popular with men as well as women. Men seek cosmetic surgery to look younger, more masculine or simply enhance their overall appearance and increase their self-confidence.

You might have been unhappy with a part of your body for years and now might be time to take the plunge to look the way you want to. Your body might have changed with the passage of time, due to stress, smoking, an injury or weight loss / gain.  Whatever the reason for seeking male cosmetic surgery New Hall Hospital can help you make the physical changes you want and it may increase your self-assurance too.

We are proud to work alongside a highly skilled and experienced team of cosmetic surgeons who are all GMC registered and fully qualified in plastic surgery. Your consultant will discuss your goals of cosmetic surgery with you to ascertain the best treatment option for your needs.

New Hall Hospital offers a wide range of cosmetic surgery procedures for men including: male chest reduction, tummy tuck and liposuction, blepharoplasty, rhinoplasty and split earlobe repair. Many non-surgical cosmetic options are also available including as: muscle relaxing injections, acne treatment, laser treatment for tattoo removal and medical tattooing for health issues that have an impact on your appearance.

Gynaecomastia

Gynaecomastia, also known as man boobs, is a common condition in men that results in enlarged breasts and pronounced nipples. It can lead to a feeling of self-consciousness and embarrassment. Enlarged male breast tissue can be hereditary, due to weight gain or loss, illness or drugs.

A male breast reduction is also called gynaecomastia. It’s performed under general anaesthetic and removes excess fatty tissue from the male breast area. It takes just 60 to 90 minutes to perform.

The aim of gynaecomastia surgery is to create a manlier chest and may increase a man’s self-esteem.

Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty is a procedure to smooth the skin around your eyes and improve your eyes appearance, making them look younger. The procedure involves removing fat deposits, excess skin and muscle from around your eyes. Loose skin and puffiness around your eyes can appear due to ageing, smoking and excessive weight loss. Sometimes vision is impaired by the drooping skin and a blepharoplasty can improve sight too.

You can have an upper, lower or upper and lower blepharoplasty. An upper blepharoplasty is also known as eyelid surgery as it removes drooping layers of skin and wrinkles above your eye. In men, a natural and manlier look is created by a lower brow positioning than in women. A lower blepharoplasty is called eye bag removal as it removes sagging skin underneath your eyes.

A blepharoplasty is performed under general anaesthetic and takes around one or two hours.

Rhinoplasty

A rhinoplasty is also called nose reshaping or a nose job. It’s performed to change the shape and size of your nose and involves altering or removing bone or cartilage or by using a graft. Your cosmetic surgeon can reposition your bridge, change the tip of your nose, modify your nostrils and remove bumps. You’ll be under general anaesthetic during the procedure which normally takes up to three hours.

Your nose draws a lot of attention as it’s the central feature of your face so if it’s too large, small, bumpy or wide you may feel self-conscious about it. You may have lived with a nose you’re not happy with or it may have changed shape more recently due to injury.

Rhinoplasty creates the nose profile you desire. It can enhance your whole facial look, make breathing easier and may increase your self-confidence.

Split earlobe repair

An earring can sometimes pull the skin of your earlobe and split it into two parts. This can happen if you wear heavy earrings that gradually elongate and damage of the earlobe over time and eventually ends in a split earlobe. It can also occur playing contact sports when the earring is yanked or snagged suddenly.

A split earlobe repair is a relatively simple procedure, usually carried out under local anaesthetic and takes about half an hour. The repair can be so effective that it allows ear piercing of your repaired lobe at a later date.