Category: Gynecomastia Surgery
Male and Female Breast Reduction: What Is the Difference?
Posted August 10, 2021 in Breast Reduction, Gynecomastia Surgery
2 Minute Read: Irrespective of gender, having overly large breasts can hinder emotional wellbeing and affect everyday life. Breast reduction in both men and women is performed to remove excess breast tissue and skin from the chest to create a personalized transformation. This means that men and women have different needs when it comes to […]Read The Article
How Can Men Reduce the Size of Their Enlarged Breasts?
Posted March 25, 2020 in Gynecomastia Surgery
2 Minute Read: Men who suffer from overly enlarged breasts feel a high level of self-consciousness and discomfort. This enlargement is not an indicator of obesity but is instead a medical condition known as gynecomastia. Gynecomastia is the benign enlargement of male breast tissue, and this affects at least 30 percent of men at some […]Read The Article
Q&A on Male Breast Reduction
Posted June 20, 2018 in Gynecomastia Surgery
According to the 2017 ASPS Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Statistics report, there has been an upward trend in the amount of male breast reduction surgeries performed since 2000. Unfortunately, some men experience the development of enlarged breast tissue (gynecomastia) strictly due to genetics; others experience it based on lifestyle choices. Gynecomastia surgery helps to relieve the […]Read The Article
Men Want a Slimmer Appearance Too!
Posted April 27, 2017 in Gynecomastia Surgery, Liposuction, Male Breast Reduction
It seems that since the innovation of plastic surgery, it has always been targeted towards women. It isn’t surprising, considering women are typically pressured to meet a particular ideal of feminine curves and a thin body frame. Although not often talked about, men care about how they look too. Among the most commonly requested procedures […]Read The Article
Top Cosmetic Procedures For Children and Teens
Posted November 27, 2013 in Breast Reduction, Gynecomastia Surgery, Otoplasty, Rhinoplasty, Skin Treatment, Teenagers & Children
Whether it’s because of constant bombardments of unkind remarks, upcoming school dances, or college interviews, adolescents feel the need to look great. To do so, with the permission of their parent or guardian, some teens turn to cosmetic surgery. In 2012, there were over 130,500 cosmetic procedures performed on individuals 18 years old and under. […]Read The Article