For Men

Liposuction, Gynaecomastia and Tummy Tuck

Surgery for Men

While women make up the majority of cosmetic surgery patients, many men are also able to benefit from corrective cosmetic procedures. male cosmetic surgery In fact cosmetic surgery for men of all ages has been on the increase each year. At Landauer Cosmetic Surgery we provide a full range of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures suitable for men.

Cosmetic surgery for men ranges from treatments for the body to plastic surgery procedures for the face. These can be to enhance the appearance of body shape, correct facial features or reduce the signs of aging.


Liposuction, which is also known as lipoplasty, is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures performed for men and women. Often, localised fat deposits may develop in various regions of the body.

These regions usually persist in spite of proper diet and exercise, which contributes to the disproportionate appearance of the figure. Liposuction works by removing excess fat tissue, which reshapes body contours and creates a slimmer appearance.

Liposuction can be performed alone, but can also be performed with other procedures such as the tummy tuck. Liposuction is not an effective treatment for cellulite or obesity. Individuals who consider liposuction should be healthy and relatively fit, have firm, elastic skin and good muscle tone, and be within 30% of their ideal weight.


A Gynaecomastia, or Man boobs, is a common and sought after cosmetic surgery procedure performed for men. Gynaecomastia /Gynecomastia sometimes referred to as “Man boobs” or “male breast reduction surgery” is a medical term meaning an enlargement to the male breast. The procedure is to get rid of man boobs as it removes fat and tissue from the breasts, and in extreme cases excess skin.

Tummy Tuck

A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is another of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures performed for men and women. Often, factors such as multiple pregnancies and genetics can contribute to the development of loose skin, fat deposits, and stretch marks in the abdominal region.

Even substantial weight loss can contribute to the development of loose skin in the abdomen. As these areas typically persist despite proper diet and exercise, they can make the abdomen appear disproportionate with the rest of the body.