Common Plastic Surgeries for Men

Common Plastic Surgeries for Men

31 December 2019 Articles

Rhinoplasty and Chin Augmentation

If your nose seems excessively large or out of proportion to the rest of your face, it might be that your lower face needs surgical enhancement to help correct the feature imbalances.

This may mean Chin Augmentation or Chin Implant surgery (or chin filler injections) to correct an out of balance smaller lower jaw or “recessed” chin.

Rhinoplasty and Eyelid Reduction or Eyelid Lift Blepharoplasty

NEXT steps for a Male Nose Job / Rhinoplasty for Men in Melbourne

Visit Mr Maxwell, Specialist Plastic Surgeon, and determine your surgical plan (a GP referral is helpful for any Specialist rebates, but not required)
Hospitals and Surgery: Ask which hospital options you have and check into any potential insurance coverage

Recovery and Post-Op support

All surgery has risks and Rhinoplasty is no exception.

Aks your Specialist all questions you have, including asking about the potential risks of a surgical nose job.

Rhinoplasty may have a longer down-time or slower recovery period than some other facial features, so ask about the surgery during your consultation.

You should NOT have surgery if you are a smoker.  If you are thinking of having surgery, seek professional help to be sure you quit well ahead of your surgery procedure.

Blepharoplasty

If your eyes are ageing and you have eyelid ptosis (drooping eyelids), you may want to have an eyelid lift surgery in addition to your nose job (likely sequentially rather than all at once, but ask Mr Maxwell about your options).

NEXT steps for a Male Nose Job / Rhinoplasty for Men in Melbourne

Schedule a Consult with Mr Maxwell by sending an enquiry or phoning us on (03)8849 1462.

Visit Mr Maxwell, Specialist Plastic Surgeon, and determine your surgical plan (a GP referral is helpful for any Specialist rebates, but not required)
Hospitals and Surgery: Ask which hospital options you have and check into any potential insurance coverage

Recovery and Post-Op support

All surgery has risks and Rhinoplasty is no exception.

Aks your Specialist all questions you have, including asking about the potential risks of a surgical nose job.

Rhinoplasty may have a longer down-time or slower recovery period than some other facial features, so ask about the surgery during your consultation.

You should NOT have surgery if you are a smoker.  If you are thinking of having surgery, seek professional help to be sure you quit well ahead of your surgery procedure.