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Chicago Sees an Increase of Demand for Plastic Surgery Amongst Men

Chicago See’s an Increase of Demand for Plastic Surgery Amongst Men
Photo Courtesy: Dr. Douglas Steinbrech, M.D., F.A.C.S

As interest in the male sector of the plastic surgery world continues to expand, the Male Plastic Surgery practice in Chicago is at the forefront of revolutionizing the male perspective, experience, and results for men. In 2024, there are more effective methods of achieving your dream body or look. Yes, health is wealth, and a healthy lifestyle is the key to maintaining such an investment into a person’s body, but for men, what was once considered unobtainable is now effortlessly achieved for the men confident enough to walk into Dr. Steinbrech’s offices for a consultation.

Dr. Douglas Steinbrech has single-handedly led the revolution for male plastic surgery patients. When the doctor opened his first Male Plastic Surgery practice ten years ago on Park Avenue in New York City, the percentage of patients he served consisted of less than 10% of plastic surgery patients globally. Today, thanks to Dr. Steinbrech’s perseverance, dedication, and expertise, the percentage of men turning to plastic surgery in 2024 has nearly tripled. While deciding to open a medical practice that would only address the needs of a small niche of patients was a gamble, the results have validated the risk Dr. Steinbrech took a decade ago.

At Male Plastic Surgery in Chicago, some of the most requested procedures by men include (but are not limited to) rhinoplasties, liposuction, penile augmentation, chin augmentation, and face and eye lifts – all procedures (minus penile augmentation) that were once only performed on women. Today, men in Chicago are starting to realize what the hype is about, and they’re turning to Dr. Steinbrech’s office in droves.

The following approaches have become pillars for surgical options at Dr. Steinbrech’s Male Plastic Surgery offices have helped the practices better identify what their male patients are looking for.

  • Male Model: Deep down, all men want to look and feel like the men they see on the covers of magazines, and Dr. Steinbrech has made this dream a reality. For men looking to give themselves more of an edge by sharpening their jawlines, cheekbones, and noses, and giving subtle accentuation to other facial features, Dr. Steinbrech’s approach is the answer. Men are walking around now with more confidence than ever before. This modality may also focus on abs, pectoral muscles, biceps, triceps, and other parts of the body.
  • Bodybuilder: By focusing directly on the areas of the body that may not immediately respond to exercise (glutes, chest, and more,) this surgical approach is one of the most requested among men in the world of bodybuilding since well-defined features are the epitome of perfection.
  • Athletic Dad: Most people are familiar with a Mommy-Makeover, but a Daddy-Do-Over is a dad’s version of self-care after having children. A Daddy-Do-Over addresses facial sagging and employs procedures such as eye lifts and liposuction. Confidence doesn’t need to be sacrificed when Dr. Steinbrech’s technique is implemented during this particular point of a man’s life.
  • Boardroom Executive: This cosmetic approach is minimally invasive and confidently holds the spot for men wanting to stay on top of their game. This cosmetic approach allows the successful men to age more gracefully, regardless of the toll their hard work may take on their bodies.

Men who were once shy or modest about considering cosmetic surgeries are raving about Dr. Steinbrech’s talents, which is also why the concept of plastic surgery has become more normalized amongst men in general. If you’re a man in Chicago, and you’ve been cosmetically curious, stop into Dr. Steinbrech’s Male Plastic Surgery practice on Michigan Avenue, and you’ll walk out feeling – and most likely looking – better.


Published by: Khy Talara

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