In today’s social-media-obsessed society, there is one thing we are all guilty of — selfie-ing. It doesn’t matter if you’re a guy or a girl, the truth is, we all go hard to get that perfect angle for the ‘gram.
However, the difference between the opposite sexes and their selfies lies in what they capture. Believe it or not, it’s actually the girls who are only giving a sneak peek, while the guys are putting it allll out there. Yes fellas, we see you.
While we’ve definitely all scrolled through some girls’ belfies (butt selfies) on our feed, there’s no denying that there have been plenty more pics of shirtless guys at the gym where that came from. Why? Because girls generally selfie to show off their face and how #OnFleek their makeup is, while guys selfie to show off their rock-hard abs.
Guys aren’t plumped up with the lip injections, tinted eyebrows, false lashes, hair extensions, and everything in between like a lot of girls are today, so their faces aren’t what they’re showing off — it’s all about the body, baby.
While there’s nothing wrong with putting in some hard work at the gym, there’s also nothing wrong with seeking a little help outside of it, which is why, believe it or not, male plastic surgery to achieve the perfect body is actually on the rise like never before.
Want to know a little secret? In LA, buff guys EVERYWHERE are running to Dr. Steinbrech, who specializes in male plastic surgery for bodybuilders, and honestly, I can’t say I blame them — if girls can seek outside sources to help them score the perfect selfie, why can’t guys do the same? Hello, they can! #Equality, right?
The thing is, some people can spend hours on hours, on hours in the gym, and sometimes they still won’t achieve the exact body they’re trying to build — that’s where Dr. Steinbrech steps in.
For guys, it’s become all about having a chiseled chest and abs of steel, and there’s no one better at granting them that wish than the Godfather of Plastic Surgery. #MajorKey
Since many men are unfortunately unable to achieve the chest development they desire on their own, Dr. Steinbrech offers Hi Def Pec Enhancement which is anything but basic. Unlike regular pectoral implant surgery, Dr. Steinbrech artfully gives a chiseled full look to complete the shape of the finest body builders. #Winning
And, just like Hi Def Pec Enhancement, Hi-Def Liposculpting of the Abs is just another popular procedure that men are going balls to the walls for. While traditional liposuction sculpts the body by removing undesirable fat that has not responded to diet and exercise, Hi Def Liposculpting by Dr. Steinbrech offers a more targeted and defined result. When used on the upper and lower abdomen, Hi Def Liposculpting chisels out the perfect six-pack and pelvic lines for the ultimate Body Builder physique. Yup, looking good is really that easy.
So ladies, next time a man comments on your selfie telling you to “wear less makeup” or that he’s going to “take you swimming on the first date,” just know that you’re not the only one enhancing your appearance; chances are his abs weren’t made in the gym or the kitchen, but better yet in Dr. Steinbrech’s office.
About Dr. Steinbrech:
Dr. Douglas Steinbrech is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon under the American Board of Plastic Surgeons. Dr. Steinbrech’s practice specializes in cosmetic procedures customized for men, including both surgical and non-surgical options. His passion for male plastic surgery led him to establish The Institute of Male Plastic Surgery in early 2016, which will provide an educational foundation for current and future physicians to learn about and help further this subspecialty.
Dr. Steinbrech is one of a very few surgeon’s in the United States that has a practice that focuses on procedures that are most important to men. His techniques, attention to detail, and approach to cosmetic procedures are customized to the male anatomy, which is significantly different than that of the female population. He has been recognized as being one of the top plastic surgeons for men in his field by multiple media sources.