dr-anthony-youn-0104.jpgAlthough males constitute only, 16% of plastic surgery consumers when compared to the figures of 1996 (It was 11% then), there is an increase of 5% during the last 10 years. This rise was attributed to the fact that more men are using plastic surgery as an aid for competing in their workplace, said Dr. Anthony Youn. Males are preferring to undergo less invasive and newer procedures to change their appearance. Rhinoplasty, Hair Transplantation, Liposuction and Gynecomastia repair (male breast reduction) are popular with men according to American Society of Plastic Surgery.