A few years ago, savvy plastic surgery clinics realized that women looking to regain their pre-baby bodies would often want more than one type of surgery. So they started offering The Mommy Makeover, a bespoke combination of multiple surgeries.
Now, smart surgeons are seeing that more men are actively looking into plastic surgery these days and they’re now offering the so-called Daddy-Do-Over.
What is included in the procedure and how do you get one? Keep reading to find out.
The Difference Between The Mommy Makeover and The Daddy-Do-Over
The first thing we need to understand is that neither of these procedures has a steadfast list of surgeries. They’re fully-customized combinations of procedures, designed to meet that given patient’s goals. For example, some women may want a labiaplasty to be a part of their Makeover, others may not. Some Do-Overs may include double chin surgery for men, others may not.
It’s all about finding the right combination of facial and body contouring procedures to help the patient feel younger again. Most will want some sort of tightening on the face combined with some fat removal around the core. But the specifics of how they get there will vary.
What is Included in the Daddy-Do-Over?
More men are getting plastic surgery these days, but they are getting different surgeries than women. For example, the top 5 most popular surgeries among men are:
- Rhinoplasty (3rd among women)
- Eyelid surgery/blepharoplasty (4th among women)
- Liposuction (2nd among women)
- Breast reduction in men/Gynecomastia (Men get 100% of all procedures)
- Hair transplantation (Men get 70% of all procedures)
Men also accounted for almost half (42%) of all ear surgery/ otoplasty procedures.
Any of these procedures can be combined into a Daddy-Do-Over procedure. Speak to your plastic surgeon about your specific goals. You can also read about plastic surgery recovery for men if you need more information on how a recovery process takes on for men
Why Get a Daddy-Do-Over?
Simply put, time impacts more than one part of your body. So you will probably want to tighten up more than one area.
For example, gynecomastia has really grown in popularity over the years, with the number of procedures growing by 22% since the year 2000. It’s a great way to address the infamous man-boobs, or moobs, giving you a more athletic and flattering profile. However, a patient may also want a chin lift (mentoplasty) to help address a turkey neck or a double chin.
The combination of those two procedures can help you look 15 years younger in a few quick hours.
Men are under more pressure than ever to look good. Some men may choose to get plastic surgery to look like their former selves, while others may be doing so to fight ageism in a competitive career field. In either case, if you’re thinking about getting some work done, you are far from alone. We have seen a massive shift in attitudes towards plastic surgery, in general, over the last couple of years.
In fact, a recent study revealed that almost half of all surveyed people (both men and women) are currently open to getting their first-ever plastic surgery. Only a few years ago, a similar survey found that only 17% were in favour of it.