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Specializing in Primary &
Revision Gynecomastia Surgery

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Puffy Nipple Surgery: Expertise Required!

gynecomastia New York

For guys with puffy nipples, we understand why surgery can seem like less than a big deal. The problem area is often fairly small, compared to the size of the entire chest. So, find a surgeon, ask him or her to take out the extra tissue, and all better, right? Not so fast! We operate … »

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

A Small Gynecomastia Revision? 3 Things to Consider

gynecomastia revision in New York

We fielded a question via gynecomastia.org recently. A young man had posted before and after gynecomastia photos and wanted to hear from a doctor about whether he should seek revision surgery. We told him it looked like he had a good result from male breast reduction overall, but we agreed there appeared to be small … »

Wednesday, September 27, 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

Terrified of Tethering?

tethering after gynecomastia surgery

What is tethering and why does it strike fear into the hearts of men planning gynecomastia surgery? Tethering is a possible complication for some guys after male breast reduction. Our New York patients almost never have this problem, but it does occur with less experienced plastic surgeons. We answer questions about the condition in online … »

Thursday, October 6, 2016

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