Daddy Do-Overs Middlebury, CT & NYC
Middle age, defined as 40 years old and upward, produces psychological and physical alterations in men A relatively new description for men seeking face and body improvement in this age group is referred to as a Daddy Do-Over, a spin-off from the Mommy Makeover. Despite diet and exercise inevitable alterations in appearance occur. A fat shift results in loss of a once toned abdomen. Breasts may enlarge (gynecomastia), skin of the face and sags, wrinkles appear and a once athletic and vibrant look slowly fades. Surgery and minimal invasive procedures address these changes.
Drooping eyelids with eye bags of the lower eyelids respond favorably to an eyelid tuck [blepharoplasty]. A jaw line and double chin can be recontoured. Both procedures are commonly performed together and produce a dramatic effect on the entire facial appearance, producing a younger and more dynamic look.
Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) and liposuction of the abdomen, “love handles” and breasts reshape and restore a more youthful and attractive male form.
Minimally invasive procedures include the use of neurotoxins (Botox, Xeomin and Dysport], fillers [Belotero, Restylane, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Silk, Juvederm XC, Juvederm XC Ultra Plus, Voluma XC, Radiesse) and laser.
Laser therapy is frequently employed to treat wrinkles, excess hair (commonly the ears) broken capillaries, red spots, age spots, freckles and other brown pigmentary lesions. A smooth, clear complexion is associated with youth and good looks. Minimally invasive procedures, either alone or in conjunction with each other lends a more youthful and enhanced appearance
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The benefits of plastic surgery are more than physical.
- Many satisfied patients experience increased confidence
- A rise in self-esteem then follows.
- Patients have reported being “happier” and looking and feeling their “best.”
- Many said they felt a positive impact on their quality of life.