According to the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the number of cosmetic procedures performed on men has increased more than 325 percent since 1997. Yup, that’s an insanely high percentage, in case you were wondering. In 2015 alone, men had close to 1.2 million surgical procedures, making up 10 percent of the total number of plastic surgeries performed for the year (which doesn’t sound like that much, but consider the fact that that number has tripled since 1997).

The number-one surgical procedure across genders was liposuction, with tummy tucks coming in second place—unsurprising, considering obesity rates have only increased since 1997, with about 75 percent of Americans currently considered overweight to extremely obese, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.