New mothers often complain that there’s just not enough time in the day to eat healthy and exercise to get their pre-baby body back. That’s why many women opt for a mommy makeover. But what about the men who gain the dreaded sympathy weight while their significant other is with-child? That’s where the “Daddy Do-Over” comes in.
The Daddy Do-Over combines a male tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, with a male breast reduction to help men go from flabby to hot daddy. While no man will walk out of this procedure with washboard abs like David Beckham, it does help firm the midsection and get rid of stubborn fat.
It turns out nearly 60 percent of men around the world have a condition called gynecomastia which causes enlarged male breasts. This condition typically affects older men and pubescent boys, but it is also brought on as the result of weight gain. Male breast reductions are one of the top five cosmetic surgeries for men, with almost 18,000 performed in 2011.
Currently, procedures performed on men only account for 9 percent of the total number of cosmetic procedures performed in the United States. That’s only 800,000 cosmetic procedures in 2011, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. With plastic surgeons reporting that more men are coming in for procedures, this number is only going to get higher.
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