The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reports a large increase in plastic surgery for men, often achieving what it describes as a "Daddy-Do-Over" .
The report found that over 1.3 million cosmetic procedures were performed on men last year. This is a 29 percent increase in plastic surgery on men since 2000.
Explaining the increase
Alan Matarasso, president of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, explained: "Obviously, men do not go through the same physical changes that women experience during pregnancy and post-pregnancy, but their lifestyle changes, which can impact their appearance. Diet and exercise patterns fluctuate, and they do not sleep as much. Men notice their body changes due to aging and parenting, and it starts to look completely different in their 30s and 40s. That's the point of a Daddy-Do-Over. "
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons presented the example of Scott, a 57 year old man who pursued plastic surgery after struggling to lose his circumstance through his mid- exercise. Scott said: "I realized I was never going to lose my weight on my own. Plastic surgery is a personal decision, but I know guys my age who have done different cosmetic procedures.
The report found that more than 200,000 surgical procedures were performed on men in 2018, the most popular procedures were  Rhinoplasty
Breast reduction; and
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons identified the rising trend of "Daddy-Do-Over", surgical and non-surgical body contouring and facial procedures typically performed in a single surgery. It states that this is a more common Father's Day gift request to "fend off the 'dad point."