Posted March 18, 2020
Dr. O’Toole offers multiple breast enhancement surgeries to meet the needs of his patients, including breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reduction, and gynecomastia surgery. These procedures can improve the breast or chest size and shape to best fit the individual’s needs.
Breast augmentation surgery uses implants to enhance the breast size and shape. This procedure can increase the breast size and enhance cleavage for those with naturally small breasts.…
Posted May 25, 2016
Having swollen breast tissue is more common in men than may be believed. At Pasadena Cosmetic Surgery, our plastic surgeon, Dr. O’Toole offers breast reductions surgery to help men look masculine and love how they look.
To schedule an appointment, please contact us today by calling (626) 689-7800. We proudly serve patients in Los Angeles, Pasadena, Hollywood, and the surrounding California areas.…
Posted December 21, 2015
Gynecomastia is a medical condition in which excessive tissue and fat in the chest gives the appearance of womanly breasts. The best way to deal with this problem is through male breast reduction surgery – and the best time to undergo this surgery is now. Having your procedure performed in the winter gives you plenty of time to enhance your results in time for beach season.…
Posted December 09, 2015
Breasts that are overly large and heavy can cause a range of physical discomforts. In some cases, these discomforts can be extreme, resulting in significant limitations and even shortening lifespan. When this is the case, your FSA or HSA may be able to be used for breast reduction surgery.
If you are suffering from overly large and uncomfortable breasts, please call board-certified Pasadena plastic surgeon Dr.…
Posted October 16, 2015
More and more men are beginning to look to plastic surgery to address issues as varied as stubborn fat deposits and premature signs of aging. If you are a man who is unhappy with any aspect of his body, board-certified Pasadena plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole welcomes an opportunity to meet with you free of charge, discuss your goals, and help you choose those procedures best suited to produce the striking and masculine look you deserve.…
Posted September 10, 2015
Words like ideal are subjective and it is important to remember that the only standard of beauty you need to live up to is your own. If you are unhappy with your breast size, board-certified Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole would be happy to meet with you free of both charge and obligation to discuss your concerns, your options, and the breast enhancement solutions best suited to help you reach your cosmetic goals.…
Posted July 29, 2015
Gynecomastia is the medical name for female-like breasts on males. This condition can be caused by aging, genetic factors, hormone fluctuations, weight gain, and the use of certain illegal drugs and prescription medications. Regardless of its cause, gynecomastia is an often embarrassing and emasculating condition – and one that may not respond to diet and exercise alone.…
Posted June 30, 2015
Male breast reduction is the most effective way to eliminate stubborn fat deposits and glandular tissue in the chest. With this procedure, board-certified Los Angeles plastic surgeon Dr. Martin O’Toole can address gynecomastia, regardless of its cause, to produce a toned and sculpted look in place of woman-like breasts.
If you are struggling with excessive tissue in the chest, please call Dr.…
Posted April 21, 2015
Breasts that are overly large and heavy can have a profound impact on many aspects of life. Chief among these is physical discomfort brought about by excess weight in the chest, resulting in back pain along with issues such as bra straps and underwire digging into the skin. If you are experiencing any of these discomforts, Los Angeles breast surgeon Dr.…
Posted December 01, 2014
A new study conducted by researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital has found that teenage girls with asymmetrical breasts are more prone to suffer emotional and psychological dissatisfaction with their physical appearance. This study looked at psychosocial functioning and health-related quality of life in girls aged 12 to 21 with differences of at least one cup size between the breasts.…