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Injecting Men

Understanding the unique anatomical characteristics of the male face is key to providing the best aesthetic outcomes with fillers and neurotoxins.
Injecting Men

An angular jaw with a prominent chin, eyes framed by a smattering of smile lines and a full brow—the male aesthetic ideal is distinctly different than the soft curves, arched brow and high cheekbones sought by female patients. Yet men do share the same desire as women to put their best faces forward, and by understanding their unique anatomical attributes you can use your existing range of injectables to deliver the subtle improvements they are seeking from their aesthetic providers.

What Men Want

A new survey from Allergan suggests that growth among male aesthetic patients has been hampered by a lack of education and the need for different language to describe outcomes.
What Men Want

The global medical aesthetics market can look forward to a double-digit compound annual growth rate (10.8%) through 2020 according to a comprehensive report released for sale in October 2015 by Life Science Industry Research. One of the drivers behind that growth, researchers say, is an increasing demand for aesthetic treatments among men.