The Daily Mail thinks so, but according to statistics published on, there doesn’t seem to be a compelling trend showing this to be true… at least for men in the US.

Some sites on the Internet suggest that the segment of the male population that considers cosmetic surgery are men recently divorced, and wanting a bit more confidence before diving back into the dating scene. However, in the Dr Chambers Medical and Aesthetic Practice in London, UK, men express an interest in looking and feeling better. They are requesting a wide variety of procedures, from mini-facelifts to Vaser Lipo, to a broad range of skin rejuvenation procedures.

Dr Chambers remarks that she hasn’t observed a marked uptick in percentage of men coming to the clinic.