“Daddy Makeover” for Dads Who Want to Improve Their Look

You may be familiar with the concept of mommy makeover surgery, which is not a specific surgery but rather a combination of multiple surgical procedures designed to make over moms who have excess, lax skin and weakened muscles in the midsection, and smaller, flatter or droopier breasts, all due to child rearing. However, do you know what “daddy makeover” surgery is? If not, read on to find out.

What Is Daddy Makeover?

Similarly to mommy makeover, daddy makeover is not one specific surgery but a combination of surgical procedures intended to make over dads. Sure, fathers do not go through pregnancy, nor do they nurse infants. But, raising children can also take its toll on a dad’s physique.

With children comes an increase in responsibilities, leaving fathers with less time to work out and often adding to their stress. Stress, aging and other factors that every dad experiences can lead to weight gain throughout a man’s midsection, resulting in the appearance of “love handles” or a lower abdominal pooch. Some men even develop gynecomastia, or “man boobs.”

That is why Dr. Greenwald offers daddy makeover surgery, which often includes liposuction of the abdominal area and perhaps the chest area. For more severe cases of gynecomastia, Dr. Greenwald may recommend male breast reduction surgery to correct man boobs. Some dads may require arm lift or thigh lift surgery, which Dr. Greenwald can also include in daddy makeover treatment. He may also advise injectable treatments, such as Botox, to address the facial worry lines that kids can cause. Dr. Greenwald can even perform abdominoplasty, or “tummy tuck” surgery, for dads who have lost skin elasticity throughout the abdominal region.  A principal advantage of daddy makeover surgery is that Dr. Greenwald can customize treatment to meet each patient’s needs.

To schedule a personal consultation to find out more about daddy makeover surgery, please contact the practice of Dr. Joshua Greenwald by calling (914) 421-0113 or (212) 518-1642 today.