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Revision Gynecomastia Surgery

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Category Archives: Male Breast Reduction

Should You Try Tamoxifen for Gynecomastia?

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Even when people have a strong desire to change their appearance, few rush immediately down to their local cosmetic surgeon. Whether the goal is rejuvenation or enhancement/reduction of some body part, many patients first consider whether there may be alternatives to going under the knife. Guys who ultimately consult us about man boobs in New … »

Saturday, December 22, 2018

Gynecomastia Treatment Options and Outcomes

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After thirty years of experience performing man boob surgery in New York, talking with men and boys with moobs and advising members of gynecomastia.org, we are confident we’ve heard about all the treatment options and “remedies” available out there. We’re happy to share our input with you, so you can understand more about what works … »

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Becoming a Gynecomastia Specialist

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One of the most interesting questions we’ve ever fielded on gynecomastia.org was from a medical student. The student wondered how plastic surgeons decide to give the procedure a focus in their practices and asked for input on how to become a specialist. Are these valid questions patients could ask when evaluating prospective cosmetic surgeons? We … »

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Telemedicine and Gynecomastia

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Telemedicine, “the remote delivery of health care services and clinical information using telecommunications technology,” can be a useful option for working with patients under certain circumstances. According to the American Telemedicine Association, more than half of all hospitals in the U.S. use some kind of telemedicine, and the number of patients reached is growing. On … »

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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