Cosmetic surgery and woman, two concepts in the popular imagination are related to one another in glove. But this branch of medicine is really just a “women’s stuff”? We asked Professor Mark Klinger, Professor Specialist in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, who revealed to us the ins and outs of this discipline and the numbers growing steadily. Let’s find out which interventions are most popular, the most popular age group and who is responsible for the gold medal for the most turnout to the operating room for men and women.

Which interventions are most requested by women?

“On average, the interventions most requested by women are those affecting the breast. In fact, the breast is very important for women as it embodies the aesthetic component, femininity and motherhood. Coming right after the face, with interventions to combat the signs of aging or to change the characteristics of the face that does not like, such as the nose, ears sometimes, in short, all those things that are the calling card that we put in in front of our audience. ”


What interventions are most sought after by men?

Speaking of cosmetic surgery for men are big subscribers to the nose, because even though we all say that man is made ​​to have a prominent nose, then there noses a bit ‘too important to take that can put you in trouble. Then the man who runs, goes to the gym and takes great care of himself certainly is much more attentive to what is past his line, then the love handles and breasts in men are an explosive phenomenon and really put in difficulty and cause you discomfort such as when you are in a bathing suit.

Among his patients there are more men or more women?

Do a fairly elaborate answer: they are certainly more women. It true that the male surgery is rapidly growing, but growing numbers of women so that the relationship continues to be very favorable to women. It’s a 9:1 which is kept always a 9:1 grow because of the little men, with growth still important, but women grow so much that the reports are confirmed, if not always skewed in favor of women.