Top Aging Concerns for Men

It is the beginning of the year and it is important to highlight how men and women can improve the way they look and feel! Aging happens to everyone but the concerns and procedures may be different for a man. Here are Dr. Imber’s top aging concerns for men and some surgical procedures to consider.

1. CONCERN: SAGGING JOWLS

Consider a C LIFT WITH FAT TRANSFER. This is the least invasive operation we offer men with jowls and loosening skin under the jawline and neck.

2.CONCERN: DARK UNDER EYE CIRCLES AND PUFFINESS

Consider a SUBJUNCTIVE BLEPHAROPLASTY. This procedure is specifically designed for men with excess fatty bags but no loose skin or wrinkles. When the fat is removed, the skin becomes less tense, then contracts.

3. CONCERN: DOUBLE CHIN

Consider a NECK LIFT. The procedure is directed at the laxity of the skin of the neck. The skin is lifted entirely from ear to ear and tightened.

4. CONCERN: LOVE HANDLES

Consider LIPOSUCTION. Dr. Imber often performs liposuction on men to remove excess fat that make up the love handle area. The procedure works by removing excess, enlarged fat cells, which make an area protuberant, or out of sync with the rest of the body.

These are just a selection of the surgical procedures that can help improve top concerns from men. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Imber today to learn more what is right for you by calling (212) 472-1800.

Dr. Gerald Imber is a world-renowned board-certified NYC plastic surgeon and is recognized by the US News and World Report as among the top 1% of plastic surgeons in the United States. He is the Director of his plastic surgery practice located on the Upper East Side in Manhattan. Dr. Imber has performed more than 3000 Facelifts and specializes in less invasive surgical approaches for face and body. He offers a wide variety of anti-aging treatments including innovative esthetic and surgical procedures for both men and women.

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