Are more men turning to cosmetic surgery?

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KANSAS CITY, MO - If you thought Botox was only for women, you might not have heard of bro-tox.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, since the year 2000, the percentage of men getting minimally-invasive procedures has shot up to 355%.

Some spas even say 20% of their clientele are men.

"You look in the mirror and you see sunspots, damage, vascularity, you see sagging skin, and then you realize, 'hey, there are some things I can do about that," says Matt Taranto, president and owner of AesthetiCare, located in the Kansas City, Missouri area.

No matter if you're getting a nip, tuck or simple laser treatment, remember safety first.  Always do your homework and talk to your doctor before pumping up another part of your body.

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