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More men are getting plastic surgery (down there) than ever before, and Brazilian butt lifts are a thing of the past! The CEO of South Florida’s leading medical spa for celebrities talks to The Shade Room about the latest surgical trends.

Angela Koganwho operates Perfection Plastic Surgery And Medical Spa in Miami, has an extensive celebrity client base including FloRida, 50 Cent, Odell Beckham and more who are kept confidential.

The surgery center owner made the startling revelations about the latest trends in plastic surgery in an exclusive interview on Wednesday and didn’t shy away from the dirty details of performing body work.

“Right now we’re seeing a big shift in men going through plastic surgery,” she said. “Men have really stepped up and are getting surgery a lot more often than we think.”

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A 2019 report by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons found that more than 1.3 million cosmetic procedures were performed on men in 2018 alone, a 29 percent increase since 2000.

More men are doing their jobs “down there” in what reports are calling the “daddy do-over” trend

The report calls the trend “daddy-do-over” as many men try to get their jobs done after starting a family in their 30s.

Kogan says that trend has only increased in the years since, with the numbers evening out to about 50 percent male and 50 percent female patients.

Penis enlargements & belly sketches are trending among male patients

The chief of the Miami-based plastic surgery center went on to say that most men who enter her practice want penis enlargements, a procedure that involves either fillers or surgery.

“You’ll be surprised, we do it A LOT,” she said. “And a lot of abdominal resections.”

Kogan’s practice, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary in May, also has an active social media presence with nearly 300,000 followers Instagramwhere the results of their work are exhibited.

Brazilian butt lifts are a thing of the past as women seek a more natural look

After the BBL boom following the Kardashians’ popularity explosion, Kogan says the trend in plastic surgery has shifted toward a more natural look, rather than the exaggerated physical features that had become popular in the past.

“General trends in plastic surgery have shifted. Most women now want smaller breasts, they want to look more natural.”

However, there is still no shortage of women seeking Brazilian butt lift surgery, although their heyday may be over as of 2022.

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In 2020, plastic surgeons performed 40,000 buttock enhancement procedures, grossing $140 million, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

The number of butt enlargement surgeries — also known as Brazilian butt lifts or “BBLs” — increased by 90.3 percent between 2015 and 2019.

Trends go hand in hand with changing, more open attitudes towards plastic surgery

And trends in this field have gone hand-in-hand with changes in attitudes toward plastic surgery, says Dr. Kogan. What was once a taboo subject and a source of shame, people who go under the knife are prouder and more open than ever when it comes to talking about their bodywork.

“People are a lot more open and comfortable talking about[plastic surgery],” said Dr. Kogan.

Advances in plastic surgery have certainly helped, as a good surgeon like Kogan can do body work that “people would never know you had surgery on,” she added.

dr Kogan warned against “chop-chop shops” — or plastic surgery facilities, usually overseas like the Dominican Republic, where complex and dangerous procedures are performed cheaply, often with subpar or even fatal results.

In June of this year, a captain with the NYC Department of Corrections died after undergoing plastic surgery at a Dominican clinic run by a doctor who once pleaded guilty to operating without a medical license New York Daily News.

Kogan warns of dangerous “chop-chop shops” in the US and abroad

Tandra Bowser-Williams, 49, who worked at Rikers Island, reportedly suffered a massive stroke from the wrong doctor just days after her procedure in Santo Domingo. dr Hector Cabral performed the fat transfer surgery May 13, but he’s not eligible, the outlet reports.

In April, an Indiana mother died after undergoing cosmetic surgery in the Dominican Republic WRTV.

And in 2019, 28-year-old Manuel Jose Nunez died after undergoing liposuction at the Caribbean Plastic Surgery Clinic in Santo Domingo.

The deaths are among dozens of others who have traveled abroad for plastic surgeries, usually due to the cheap and affordable prices these clinics offer.

The guard reports that the average cost of liposuction in the US is $5,500 compared to $3,500 in the Dominican Republic.

dr Kogan implored anyone considering having work done to pay the additional cost not only for better results but for their safety.

“We’re pretty expensive,” she admitted. “I’m more of a boutique style, not a chop chop shop. Expensive comes with results and real customer service, we basically take care of our patients even six months after surgery.”

She added that although their practice doesn’t accept insurance, they do offer payment plans and always try to work with potential patients.

Florida Board of Medicine steps in after death toll from botched BBL surgeries soars

Deaths from botched cosmetic surgeries called Brazilian butt lifts prompted the Florida Board of Medicine to issue a new rule for surgeons in the state, where South Florida is considered the BBL capital.

With 19 patients dying from complications after surgery in that state alone, plastic surgeons are only allowed to perform three Brazilian butt lift surgeries a day to avoid overburdening doctors, who may then make mistakes while patients are under the knife NBC Miami.

“The number of deaths has increased so much, BBLs are more complicated than a tummy tuck, if the surgeon is overtired or maybe straight out of (med) school, there’s room for error,” Kogan said.

Those who attend a consultation with Dr. Kogan, the “Sunny Isles First and Only Plastic Surgery Surgeon” can do so by filling out a form here.

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Zack Zwiezen

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