Body Plastic Surgery for Men

Overview of Body Aesthetic Surgery

More and more men are now enjoying the benefits of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, which helps them look and feel better. Mr. Constantinos Benetatos is a fully qualified aesthetic plastic surgeon and can apply the techniques of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery with absolute success and safety to give you the best possible results.

Whether you want to improve the effects of aging or fix a specific problem, Mr Benetatos can achieve great results while maintaining your masculine look.

Mr. Constantinos Benetatos offers a series of surgical interventions to improve the body, including Liposuction and Conjunctivitis.


A complete medical history should be taken before each surgery. As a precautionary measure, doctors without prescription or herbal products / drugs should not be taken before surgery and for 3 days afterwards. Also, strict non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as salospir, ibuprofen (Nurofen), diclofenac (Voltaren) and any other anticoagulant or antiplatelet therapy should be avoided in consultation with the treating physician. It would also be very helpful to bring a list of any prescription medicines you receive for your preoperative control.


If you are a smoker try to quit smoking at least six weeks before and one week after surgery as this will dramatically reduce the chance of post-operative complications.


Liposuction can be used to treat areas of the body bearing unwanted excess fat. Men usually deposit excess fat in their waist circumference and around the organs within the abdomen. This fat tends to give the appearance of a “barrel” in the chest and abdomen.

Although Liposuction is considered to be an excellent form of treatment for men, it can only be applied to remove the fat found under the skin rather than the intra-abdominal fat. Therefore, since most of the excess fat comes from the fat located within the abdomen, only total weight loss can help.

The technique of liposuction is based on the active removal of fat by suction from small holes in the skin of the order of millimeters.

Then the passive scarring of the skin is followed in the immediate post-operative period to give the final result of the reduced and improved contour of the body. Therefore, it depends on the ability of the skin to shrink. This ability varies depending on the area, the quality and elasticity of the skin as well as the age of the patient. To remove fat, there are 3-4mm incisions, which when healed are hardly distinct. A suction device with long, 2-14 mm long needles removes fat.


Abdominoplasty is ideal for men who have excess skin, fat or stretch marks in the abdomen, usually as a result of excessive weight loss. This procedure is primarily applied to re-shape the abdomen’s outline, leads to partial weight loss and is by no means a means to tackle obesity.

Mr. Konstantinos Benetatos opts to perform the classic abdominal surgery in male patients. Classical abdominoplasty involves removing the skin from the underlying abdominal muscles and removing the fatty tissue and skin located between the umbilicus and the adolescent. One of the main advantages of classical Conjunctivitis is that before suturing the skin, Mr. Benetatos can tighten the underlying abdominal muscles in order to give a much improved shape and reduce the waist circumference.

The postoperative scar will extend from one iliac crest to the other, will be quite red initially and will diminish satisfactorily over time, but it may take a couple of years until it reaches that point.