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Surgery For Men

We recognise the power of both surgical and non-surgical solutions to make physical and psychological changes for the better, regardless of whether you are male or female.

We believe that these benefits should apply to men as well as women, and consequently welcome shifting attitudes towards male cosmetic surgery. Now more than ever before, men have chosen to ignore outdated stereotypes and have the confidence to choose quick, safe and effective surgical solutions in order to make a positive change to their appearance.

We are pleased to see this trend reflected in the increasing number of enquiries from men, so we have listed below the most popular current procedures.

Almost all of our procedures are appropriate for both men and women. Please feel free to browse our treatment list at your leisure. An experienced member of our team would be delighted to discuss any of our procedures discreetly and in-depth by phone or in person at the Cadogan Clinic.


Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, is one of the most popular types of cosmetic and functional surgeries to correct hooded, sagging, bulging and tired-looking eyes.

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Male Breast Reduction (Gynaecomastia)

Male Breast Reduction, or Gynaecomastia Correction, is an extremely common procedure for men who wish to remove any excess, stubborn, unwanted chest fat. This straightforward procedure involves the use of liposuction to remove excess fat, tissue and loose skin to restore the appearance of a smooth, flat chest.

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Hair Transplant

It’s thought that around half of all men will experience some degree of hair loss by the time they reach the age of 50, with some first noticing receding hair in their teens or twenties. Androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness) is the primary cause. This hereditary condition first sees patients lose hair in the crown area, after which the hairline and temples are affected. Stress, illness and medication can also play a part in male baldness, a condition that can seriously affect self-confidence.

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The nose is the central feature of the face and how it looks can determine how we feel about our overall appearance, making a rhinoplasty one of the most popular and common procedures in the country.

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Face Lift

The visible signs of facial ageing, such as lines, wrinkles and loose skin, can now be reversed with the help of both non-surgical treatments or (for a more permanent outcome) a surgical facelift.

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Ear reshaping surgery, also known as otoplasty, can improve the shape, position or proportion of the ear. It can correct a defect in the ear structure that is present at birth, or it can treat misshapen ears caused by injury.

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Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

After substantial weight loss, many men find their abdominal muscles are weaker and the skin in that area has become looser. An abdominoplasty can tighten the muscles and remove excess skin, leaving a firmer and flatter abdomen.

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