Joe Marek wanted to look as young as he felt, so he got a facelift. He's not alone. In 2010, facelifts rose 14% among men, according to ASPS statistics. The numbers reveal that men underwent more than 1.1 million cosmetic procedures, both minimally-invasive and surgical. The majority of the the men's Top 10 fastest-growing cosmetic procedures are surgical, which bucks the previous trend of growth in minimally-invasive treatments.

"The growth in cosmetic surgical procedures for men may be a product of our aging baby boomers who are now ready to have plastic surgery," said ASPS President Phillip Haeck, MD.