The number of men seeking a 'daddy-do-over' to fend off the signs of ageing has risen by 29 per cent since 2000.
Men are increasingly turning to Botox and fillers to regain their youthful looks, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons says.
More than 1.3million procedures on men were carried out last year alone in the US, with nose jobs and eyelid lifts among the most common.
Non-invasive procedures such as laser hair removal have also soared in popularity, according to the figures.
The number of men seeking a 'daddy-do-over' to fend off the signs of ageing has risen by 29 per cent since 2000. The most popular procedures are listed
The surgeons body said fathers are keen to fend off the 'dad bod' they have gained over years or parenting.
They are also seeking more confidence to help them compete and progress in their career, said ASPS president Dr Alan Matarasso.
He added: 'Obviously, men don't go through the same physical changes that women experience during pregnancy and post-pregnancy.
'But their lifestyle does change, which can impact their appearance.' He added: 'Diet and exercise patterns fluctuate, and they don't sleep as much.
'Men notice their body changes due to aging and parenting, and it starts to look completely different in their 30s and 40s. That is the point of a daddy-do-over.'
Similar to what is known as a mommy or mummy makeover, the 'daddy-do-over' is a set of procedures done in one single surgery.
Eyelid surgery: Blepharoplastyis to improve hooded or droopy eyelids removes excess skin or fat from the eyelids.
Facelift: Also known as rhytidectomy, this procedure improves visible signs of aging in the face and neck including sagging of the skin or jowls around the cheek and jaw. There are many kinds but most are a couple of hours long.
Microdermabrasion: This non-invasive cosmetic procedure uses fine crystals and a vacuum to remove dead skin cells on the face. The aim is to reduce the effect of fine lines and minor skin blemishes. The procedure usually takes less than 30 minutes and a course of four to six sessions may be recommended.
Botox: Botulinum toxin is an injectable that temporarily reduces or eliminates facial fine lines and wrinkles. Frown lines, forehead creases and crow's feet near the eyes are the most popular areas to treat.
Fillers: Dermal fillers can improve the effects of ageing skin which has lost its elasticity. The aim is to diminish facial lines as well as restoring volume to areas such as the lips and cheeks.
More than 200,000 surgical procedures were performed on men in the US in 2018, 52,000 of which were for the nose.
Eyelid surgery ranked second with 31,500, and liposuction was the third most popular, but both had reduced by more than 40 per cent since 2000.
Gynecomastia, which is breast reduction, ranked number four with more than 24,000