Demand for cosmetic surgery remains high

The trim and physically fit professional says he would bet money no one can tell he had plastic surgery — not even his own family.

Two years ago, the 50-year-old had neck liposuction because he hated the appearance of his jiggly double chin, a genetic trait inherited from his father.

“I saw my dad, who is 35 years older than me, and he has this huge jiggly thing hanging down and I didn’t want that happening to me, so I pre-empted that,” he says. (He asked to remain anonymous because of the stigma surrounding plastic surgery). “I’ve been self-conscious about my fat face all my life. My double chin just added to my baby face because it rounded out at the bottom. But now I have a jaw. I feel normal.”

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