LIVELINES: MEN AND PLASTIC SURGERY
A new study finds more men are going under the knife for a new look. According to The American Society Of Plastic Surgeons, 1.1 million men underwent cosmetic procedures in 2010, a two percent increase from 2009. Surgeons say baby boomers make up most of their male patients.
Dr. James White, a cosmetic surgeon, joined us with more on this topic.
He said botox and hair transplants are some of the most popular procedures. The tough economy and increased competition for jobs are some of the reasons behind the growing trend.
Dr. White also showed us some examples of hair transplants and how the procedure works.
DR. JAMES WHITE