There are many preconceived notions of the "type" of person who gets plastic surgery. Perhaps you picture a woman from Beverly Hills with huge lips getting tummy tucks, facelifts, and of course, more and more Botox. However, plastic surgery isn't a luxury reserved for the rich and famous. Nor is it solely the domain of women. In the last 20 years, plastic surgery in men has risen an impressive 28 percent. Let's take a deeper dive into what kind of work men are getting done and why.

What's popular

The most popular surgery for men varies by age, but overall men tend to gravitate toward body contouring. Procedures such as a rhinoplasty, or a nose job, tend to be a popular choice among men. This is considered a contour procedure as it restructures the size and shape of the nose. As men get older, they also often get eye lifts or entire facelifts, something they have in common with older women.