Fat graft Sydney is not exclusively for women anymore. More and more men are finding their way into the surgeon’s tables and getting cosmetic operations to improve or enhance their looks. Almost all cosmetic procedures performed on women can also be done on men except for a few that involve specialized areas of the body belonging to the male and the female of the species only. Among the top cosmetic procedures that men favor, many are not as invasive as those that women go for, such as Botox, laser hair removal and microdermabrasion. There are also some invasive cosmetic plastic surgery operations that are commonly requested by men.


Boys will be boys and many of them may have had scraps when they were younger which resulted to a broken nose. Some may also not be satisfied with the natural shape of their noses and wish to reshape it. Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose lift, is not only capable of making the nose appear longer or higher but is also able to reshape it. Some men may actually need reconstructive surgeries for their noses because of some abnormality of defect that often affect speech, breathing and other functions vital to normal living. Reconstructive operations often prioritize function to appearance but if form can be achieved then they usually go for it. The procedure involves making an incision in the nostril and flipping back the skin to make the corrections. There are two basic techniques to a nose lift, the open and closed method.

Hair Transplant

It is not only women who are vain regarding the hair but also men. Having a hair transplant is another plastic surgery procedure that men often indulge in. Many men develop bald spots or thinning hair early in their lives and they often feel the need to correct this. Hair transplants work well enough to help men with bald spots or thinning hair. It is not as invasive as rhinoplasty, though. The procedure involves placing hair plugs into the actual scalp of the person to achieve a fuller head of hair.