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Surprising Benefits of Man Boob Surgery

New York man boob

Not many guys with moobs need to be told about the benefits of gynecomastia surgery. The coveted masculine contours are front and center in their thoughts every day. That’s why you don’t see dozens of blog posts from us about what life after male breast reduction is like— our New York man boob patients often … »

Monday, January 7, 2019

Trends in Plastic Surgery for Men

plastic surgery for men in New York

We notice lots of articles these days discussing trends in male plastic surgery. To attract readers, some of the pieces say the trends are surprising. Having practiced plastic surgery for men in New York for more than 30 years, we find a few things about today’s male patients unexpected, but most, well, not so much. … »

Monday, May 14, 2018

Gynecomastia, HIV and Cosmetic Surgery in New York

HIV and cosmetic surgery

We were dismayed to read last month that a Manhattan cosmetic surgery practice denied gynecomastia surgery to patients with HIV. In the ensuing legal case, a New York judge ruled that by automatically rejecting infected patients, the practice violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. According to an article posted on NBCNews.com, U.S. District Court Judge … »

Friday, January 5, 2018

Idiopathic Gynecomastia: What Does it Mean?

causes of gynecomastia

If you have enlarged male breasts, like thousands of guys we’ve treated for man boobs in New York over the years, you’ve probably learned some new words. “Gynecomastia” is one, the medical term for your condition. Another new word you might be interested to know is “idiopathic.” Merriam-Webster defines it this way: arising spontaneously or … »

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

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