Mark L. Jewell, MD
10 Coburg Road #300
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 683-3234
Fax: (541) 683-8610
Monday – Thursday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Male Aesthetic Surgery
About Male Aesthetic Surgery
Because of healthier lifestyles, men are living longer and retiring later. Gentlemen need and want to look their best. In today’s competitive work environment, where the fellow has the advantage when he looks healthy, youthful and fit, men are seeking plastic surgery. In Eugene, Oregon, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Jewell offers male patients procedures for the face, chest, and body.
Are men actually having aesthetic procedures? Definitely! Eyelid surgery is the most common facial cosmetic surgery procedure. Baggy eyelids can not only make you appear more tired; they can also make you appear older. Eyelid surgery is particularly suited to improve the eyelids with minimal interference to your lifestyle. Looking fit and reducing love handles or excess male breast tissue are also popular surgeries for men.
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Male Aesthetic Surgery
The eyes are often first to show the signs of aging. Surgically creating youthful eyelids is termed a Blepharoplasty. Although eyelid surgery targets a rather small area of the face, it can have a dramatic impact on facial appearance. As we age, eyelid skin loses its elasticity, resulting in excess drooping skin and the actual eyelid may descend and rest on the lashes. There are many factors that contribute to the aged appearance of the eyes such as squinting, sun damage, and smoking.
Facelift surgery was performed originally for many years with the goal of reversing the signs of aging by tightening loose skin. That’s no longer true. Gone are the expressionless, wind-tunnel looks of the past. Modern techniques create long-lasting results that look natural after facial rejuvenation because the current approach to facial rejuvenation involves repositioning of facial structures that have sagged downward, and elevating jowls to improve the jawline’s contour.
Liposuction has been a major advance in the field of body contouring. No recent development in plastic surgery the last years has caused as much interest as liposuction. This process allows changes in body contour by reducing and reshaping deposits of fat. It is not a treatment for generalized obesity, but a technique for improving the body’s contours in selected patients who are near their normal weight, and who have bothersome localized fat deposits.
Gynecomastia is a condition of over-developed or enlarged breast tissue, which may occur in older teens or men of any age. It may be the result of hormonal changes, heredity, disease or the use of certain drugs. Gynecomastia can be more than a physical problem. It can cause emotional discomfort and impair an adolescent or adult male’s self-esteem. If you have gynecomastia, breast reduction surgery may be right for you. Surgery, which may include liposuction, involves reducing excess fat, glandular tissue.
Even a small surgical adjustment made to your nose can result in a big improvement in overall facial harmony. Nose surgery, also called rhinoplasty, involves more than merely making noses smaller. As your most prominent facial feature, a nose that is out of proportion or unbalanced with other features can negatively impact your self-image. Your nose needs to look natural and complement other facial features; it is a balancing of size, width, and angles.
Brow lift surgery can reshape the drooping found on the outside region of the eyebrow and to slightly elevate the inner eyebrow portion. While many patients are satisfied with the use of neurotoxins such as BOTOX® Cosmetic and Dysport® to control wrinkles and frowning of the inner brow, others seek a brow lift surgery to elevate the outside brow region. When the eyes are droopy and eyebrows are lower than the orbital rim a blepharoplasty alone may not be enough.
An otoplasty offers patients with prominent ears the ability to reshape and reposition this important facial feature. While this procedure can be performed on children and teens, Dr. Jewell recommends that patients seeking correction of prominent ears consider waiting until the age of ten to ensure that ears have fully developed. Adults also find great value in the otoplasty, as many have delayed having this procedure.