The body form of men is usually hereditary. But that can be corrected.
Men too would like to present the best version of themselves. Be it in the professional world, on the holiday beach or just for one night. But with increasing age it becomes more and more difficult to hide unwanted weight.
My most frequent interventions in men concern the chest and body area. An example is gynecomastia (enlargement of the male mammary gland) – a relatively common male disease that leads to excessive development of breast tissue and in some cases to fat accumulation. This is a completely repairable condition, more bad luck than bad management and not something to suffer from.
Otherwise men often want an optimization of the belly, followed by waist, neck and chest. This can be easily and specifically achieved with lipo-sculpturing. Because sport or diet lead to a reduction in fat mass in the individual areas. However, this has no influence on the overall distribution of fat cells, which is genetically determined. Disturbing fat pads are correspondingly resistant to diets or sports. For many men, liposuction is therefore a quick and effective method of getting rid of annoying fat deposits.
Unwanted fat deposits
I don't think much needs to be said about the problem of fat pads. We all have these problems - one more, one less - and 9 out of 10 men and women are concerned about their body figure.
In my work as an aesthetic surgeon, I have researched and studied almost all the possibilities currently available on the market for improving body shaping, and I have decided to introduce you to the two most effective of them in my practice.
Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is a common disease. Sweating colors clothes and makes business and social interactions more difficult.
Heavy cases can also have serious practical consequences, making it difficult for people who suffer from holding a pen, gripping a steering wheel or shaking hands.
Although neurological, endocrine, infectious and other systemic diseases can sometimes cause hyperhidrosis, most cases occur in people who are otherwise healthy. Many of these people sweat a lot, regardless of effort or weather.
Various types of treatments include antiperspirants with aluminum chloride, oral medications with anticholinergics, botulinum toxin A and surgery as a last option.
As we get older, the skin under our arms becomes less elastic and appears looser and limper despite muscle exercises.
This can be made worse by large weight fluctuations and sun damage. If you, like many of my patients, find the shape of your upper arms unattractive and disproportionate and you feel uncomfortable wearing short sleeves and tank tops, you should consider an upper arm lift.
Loose skin and voluminous thighs
One area of the body that my patients often worry about is the thighs.
The shape and size of your thighs are particularly sensitive to changes caused by excessive weight loss, aging and/or disease. This is because these factors reduce the elasticity of the skin and change your thigh contours with pockets of fat.
Let's get one thing straight: It's not your fault if you don't succeed in having a flat, toned stomach despite diligently following a nutritious diet and sports.
One thing first: It’s not your fault if you don’t succeed in having a flat, firm stomach despite following a healthy diet and sports. Often external factors such as the aging process, hereditary characteristics, severe weight loss and/or pregnancy are responsible.
Enlarged male breasts
The ideal male breast is muscular and well defined and gives the impression of masculinity and strength. In some men, however, the breast tissue grows very much, becomes voluminous and can even sag.
For many men, the large breast causes social insecurity, embarrassment and less self-confidence.
Enlarged male breasts or gynecomastia affect almost half of all men at some point in their lives. Some cases are solved without treatment, but often surgical intervention is necessary.