Treatments for Men
Dr Anh is a female plastic surgeon providing women and men with effective surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Treatments which are often requested by men include:
- Skin treatments (acne scar treatment, freckle and pigmentation removal)
- Eyelid reduction surgery
- Face lifts
- Gynaecomastia (male breast reduction)
- Tummy tucks
- Post-weight loss body contouring
Men deserve to improve their appearance as well as women
Taking control and choosing to improve or alter parts of your body is nothing to be ashamed about. Everyone – men and women want to look younger for longer and want to look their best at all times. For some men this may involve making alterations to their appearance with injectables or plastic surgery procedures.
It’s not all about facials – there are many energising treatments available with Dr Anh including her HGH Vitamin Injections which are designed to improve energy and vitality (Gaby, A.R. 2002). Find out more about this treatment here.
I don’t want anyone to know I’ve had ‘work done’
Dr Anh offers completely confidential consultations at her Perth plastic surgery. Our treatments are also performed to look natural so that you can simply look refreshed and younger – rather than a different person. If you have any concerns about your consultation with Dr Anh please make an enquiry and she will do her best to address your concerns. Dr Anh also has a range of machines including Fraxel and Clear + Brilliant which can improve the texture and appearance of the face and body. Freckles, acne scarring and pigmentation can be removed with these machines and our other equipment.
Many of our male patients prefer Dr Anh’s understanding nature which goes beyond female body enhancement. There are many plastic surgery options which can be customised to the male physique and we encourage you to find out about the options which we offer.
Call Dr Anh to book a consultation on 08 9468 7148 or make an enquiry below.
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