Gynecomastia specialists’ see too often the cases of male breast reduction done by less experienced surgeons. Many gynecomastia revision cases are necessary because the primary surgeon removed too much fat and tissue leaving a “crater deformity,” or in some cases, not...read more
Non-Surgical Vs. Surgical Body Contouring and Liposuction Procedures The Myths And The Myth Busters • What Is Coolsculpting / Non-Surgical The Myth: The makers of CoolSculpting State That This Procedure Freezes & Eliminates Stubborn Fat. The information provided...read more
This 36-year-old gentleman from Athens, Ohio came to discuss the gynecomastia procedure with top surgeon Bivik Shah MD. During his consultation, it was determined that he was a Level II gynecomastia case, and in order to reach optimal results, he would require tissue...read more
Gynecomastia Asymmetry Breast asymmetry is unevenness of the breasts, meaning one breast is larger than the other breast. In men, gynecomastia may present in one breast known as unilateral, or gynecomastia may be present in both breast, known as bilateral. The most...read more
As potential patients research all the pros and cons of male breast reduction surgery, there is one issue in particular that comes up from time to time. It is discussed extensively on the forums of this site, and that is the concern of the loss of nipple sensation....read more
Gynecomastia is a term that refers to the enlargement of the glandular tissue of the male breast. This condition can often be the source of significant distress and self-conciousness causing men to avoid situations where they would take off their shirt, such as the...read more
Gynecomastia Surgery in Plano Texas A condition little talked about but widely apparent is Gynecomastia, the overdevelopment of a male breast. A reaction to too much estrogen or too little testosterone, gynecomastia can occur in newborns, teenagers, and adult men....read more
Up to 65% of young men will develop breasts by the age of 14. As boys go through puberty, they will have an imbalance of sex hormones. This is a normal condition but can be very frightening as they see their body going through changes Unfortunately, if boys do not...read more
After male breast reduction surgery, if a lump is felt weeks or even months later, the natural reaction is the breast tissue has grown back. Unless the patient has been taking anabolic steroids, Propecia or other substances that may cause breast tissue growth, it is...read more
This is a 26 year old gentleman from Orient, Ohio who desired a male breast tissue reduction procedure. He saw Dr. Shah in consultation, and was advised to go forward with a level II Gynecomastia for the best results. This involved both liposuction and glandular...read more
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