Traditionally, men have not been at the forefront of facial plastic surgery. Or any cosmetic surgery. But that has been changing for the past decade. Many men have focused on improving the appearance of the jawline, most often by strengthening the chin or tightening loose areas of the neck.
In fact, in lieu of making a strong, large nose smaller through rhinoplasty, many men have opted to balance the face by augmenting the chin. This can provide a more confident, masculine appearance while also balancing the face, thereby giving the nose a more proportionate, pleasing appearance without rhinoplasty.