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  • Getting Rid of Man Boobs

    In 2013, there were 22,638 procedures performed to treat Gynecomastia, (breast reduction surgery performed on men), according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery’s 2013 statistics. Dr. Daniel Man, board-certified plastic surgeon explains that men can be perfectly healthy and have extra tissue in their breast that may be a challenge to eliminate based on diet and exercise alone.  

    “Most men want to have this surgery performed because they feel uncomfortable going to the pool or the beach and it causes them mental anguish.” 

  • Moobs be Gone!

    In part one of this story, I disclosed a life-long issue with what is politely referred to as gynecomastia. This, you may recall, is the clinical term for a man developing breasts – the soft bouncy kind, not the shiny, hard pectorals that seem to magically appear on every pumped-up 25 year-old. 

    OK maybe that’s a bit of an overstatement, since gynecomastia can affect a man at any age no matter how much iron you press. Mine surfaced as a ‘tween, disappeared through adolescence into adulthood, only to resurface much to my dismay as I slid into my 50s.  

  • Moobs be Gone!

    By Richard Murphy 

    “Moobs,” (AKA “Man Boobs” or - for the clinically inclined, Gynecomastia), have been in and out of my life like an annoying ex-wife. 

    As a fairly chubby little boy, I recall when a girl came up to me on the beach one day, pointed at me and said, “Aren’t you kind-of old to not be wearing a top?” It took a while for my 12 year-old brain to compute that she thought I was a girl, until I heard my older brother snickering in the background. 

  •  How immediate are the results of male breast reduction?

    Dr. Daniel Man, a board-certified plastic surgeon from Boca Raton, Florida talks about male breast reduction also known as Gynecomastia treatment for men with overly large breasts. Reduction methods include liposuction, cutting out excess glandular tissue or using a combination of liposuction and excision. 

    The results of a male breast reduction procedure can be seen on the operating table. Patients may have swelling for about a week to ten days and can resume normal activities like driving in a couple of days or going to the beach in a couple of weeks. 

  • Hipsters inspire hair-raising trend

    From tightening their torsos to nipping their noses, men are flocking to plastic surgeons in record numbers. While traditional procedures remain popular among this group, one unconventional trend has gained an impressive amount of traction within this group: beard transplants. 

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