It's Not Your Father's Plastic Surgery, June 2012

Although men made up just 9% of the overall cosmetic procedures last year, they’ve come a long way. In the past 15 years, there has been a 121% increase and the numbers are still climbing. Today’s competitive society and job market make a man’s aesthetic look an important part of his success in other part’s of his life. A recent LA Times article points to a myriad of “medical, technological, economic and societal factors” that contribute to this growing trend.

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