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Specializing in Primary &
Revision Gynecomastia Surgery

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Archives: March 2017

Real Patient Question: Who Pays for Gynecomastia Revision?

who should pay for gynecomastia revision?

When a post-male breast reduction surgery patient is dissatisfied with his results, it can be a tricky situation for both the man and the surgeon. The patient can be understandably upset, having committed to cosmetic surgery with high anticipation only to be disappointed with the outcome. Plastic surgeons have the best of intentions and will … »

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Gynecomastia: The Scar Tissue Issue

scarring after gynecomastia surgery

We answered some questions about subcutaneous gynecomastia scar tissue online the other day and thought we would share our input here. Some of our New York gynecomastia patients have similar questions, and if you’ve recently had male breast reduction, you might be wondering about this issue as well. Here’s some basic information based on our … »

Monday, March 20, 2017

Anesthesia for Gynecomastia Surgery: The Options

anesthesia options for male breast reduction

When it comes to committing to surgery for male breast reduction, New York patients occasionally face an obstacle or two. Some need to do a bit of planning to fit gynecomastia surgery into their budget. Some think plastic surgery is for celebrities and just don’t view it as an option for an ordinary guy. For … »

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Real Patient Question: Surgery and/or Liposuction for Gynecomastia?

liposuction only for gynecomastia?

We fielded a question on gynecomastia.org the other day about surgical technique. The prospective patient was apparently confused by the input he received from a cosmetic surgeon in consultation. The patient related that the doctor had said his gland tissue seemed softer than most and that it was possible the patient might need liposuction only, … »

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

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