Hospital sees more men come in for cosmetic surgery

A London hospital has backed up the findings of a recent study which found that more men are having cosmetic surgery.

Earlier this week, research by the Harley Medical Group found that there has been a 26 per cent increase in the number of males having operations such as facelifts and breast reductions in the last year.

Jag Chana, a plastic surgeon at the Spire Bushey Hospital, stated that he has noticed this trend firsthand.

Speaking to the Watford Observer, he said he believes more males are going under the knife because it is becoming more socially acceptable.

Indeed, he told the newspaper there is an "increased acceptance" of cosmetic surgery for men, although he added that this has led to greater expectations as well.

"The internet has also fuelled this and cosmetic practices are now treated more like shops," Mr Chana commented.

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