The Daddy Do-Over: The New Trend Everyone’s Talking About
When it comes to looking your best after baby, many people tend to focus on the Mommy Makeover. In these popular surgical treatments, mothers are provided with a combination of treatments designed to help them get their pre-baby bodies back. From liposuction and breast lifts to Botox and facial fillers, Mommy Makeovers can refresh a mother’s appearance, no matter how many sleepless nights she’s had.
But did you know that Daddy Do-Overs are quickly rising as the latest popular surgical treatment?
Much like Mommy Makeovers, Daddy Do-Overs are designed for middle-aged men who want to get back their youthful physique. These may be the same men who may have gained a few pounds since starting a family, and may have a few more wrinkles as a result of sleepless nights with the baby.
That’s why Daddy Do-Overs have become more popular in recent years. At Rocheford Plastic Surgery in Woodbury, MN – serving the greater St. Paul/Minneapolis metro area – board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Heather Rocheford can combine multiple plastic surgery treatments to help men go back to the bodies they had back in their twenties.
Here are a few treatments you can include in the Daddy Do-Over:
- Liposuction: Whether you want to eliminate your chest fat or want a slimmer waist, Dr. Rocheford can use advanced plastic surgery procedures to remove fat and contour the body. Rocheford uses the gold standard tumescent liposuction technique to remove unwanted fat.
- Jawline Recontouring: For many men, a weak jawline can be a source of embarrassment. That’s why Dr. Rocheford offers facial fillers and chin implants to help contour the jawline. Facial fillers can provide temporary results, while chin implants can create a permanently strong and defined jawline.
- “Bro-Tox”: If you want to appear younger and more refreshed, Botox treatments – more commonly known as “Bro-tox” – can help smooth away wrinkles and fine lines. Botox is an easy in-office treatment, with results lasting anywhere from three to six months.