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Category: Gynecomastia

What Should Men Know About Gynecomastia Surgery?

Posted November 01, 2018

The presence of “man boobs” is at the top of many men’s lists of fears. For men, having excess tissue or fat in the breast area causes significant damage to their confidence and self-image. These insecurities can cause men to shy away in social and intimate interactions, which can ultimately have a negative impact on […]

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Infographic – What is Gynecomastia?

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.

Gynecomastia - Infographic - Pasadena Plastic Surgery

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What Causes Gynecomastia?

Posted July 29, 2015

To learn about male breast reduction in Pasadena, call (626) 689-7800 todayGynecomastia 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.

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SmartLipo™ and Male Breast Reduction

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.

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What is Gynecomastia?

Posted November 06, 2013

Gynecomastia has a number of more colorful names: Moobs, man-boobs, and he-breasts being among them. But despite the silly nature of these names, gynecomastia is no laughing matter.

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“Biggest Loser” winner fears weight gain

Posted December 15, 2011

The fear of weight gain after massive weight loss is not only a common fear it is legitimate. According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times the latest winner of the popular television show "Biggest Loser" shared his fear for regaining the more than 200 pounds that he lost during the show.

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