Plastic surgery, even cosmetic surgery, can be pricey for men.
The average cost for plastic surgery for a man is about $300 a day, while the average cost to a woman for a plastic surgery procedure is about the same, according to a new study by the German-based institute of dermatology.
The institute’s research found that the average male-to-female ratio in the U.S. is 1:3, and the ratio for women is 1 in 1,000.
The study found that men in Germany pay the highest price for cosmetic procedures, with a ratio of 2:1, while women pay the lowest price.
Women’s rates for plastic surgeries were higher than those of men in other countries, the study found.
For example, in Spain, women pay around 15 percent of the average price for a procedure and men pay only 3 percent.
For a breast augmentation, the ratio was 1 in 100,000, while for a facial plastic surgery the ratio is 1.8 in 100 million.
The study found the rates of women’s surgeries were rising and that the rate of women seeking cosmetic procedures was rising as well.
According to the study, the average time to a procedure in Germany is about 3.5 years.
The number of women wanting plastic surgery procedures in Germany dropped from 20,000 in 2005 to 14,000 last year.
The institute also reported that the majority of cosmetic procedures were performed in private homes.
Women were able to obtain a total of 15,000 cosmetic procedures in private residences last year, up from 4,000 procedures a decade earlier.
A total of 7,000 men were involved in cosmetic procedures.
The majority of men wanted to do face-and-body procedures, while a significant number of men chose to do breast augments, which were performed on women.
The women’s surgery procedure was the most common, with the men getting a total number of 17,000 breast augtions.