3 Ways To Start Off The New Year With Your Dream Body

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on January 7, 2020

Most resolutions involve losing weight and getting into shape, but what happens a few months into the year, when your new year’s resolve has thawed like the coming of spring?

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Liposuction, Gynecomastia, tummy tuck

Gynecomastia: What It Is, What Causes It, And How to Fix It

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on October 22, 2019

It’s a problem you’d prefer not to talk about: the excess fat on your chest. Whether you’re in the pool, at the beach, or in the bedroom, you don’t want to take your shirt off for fear of judgment.

You may be a completely healthy man. You may be diligent about your exercise, you watch what you eat, you don’t smoke, and you’re at a normal weight for your height. Yet every time you look in the mirror you see masses of fat tissue on your chest that just won’t go away no matter what you do.

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Topics: Liposuction, Gynecomastia

The Different Types Of Gynecomastia: Which One Do You Have?

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on October 22, 2019

All of us want to feel confident in our own skin, and men are no different! But if you don’t feel comfortable with the way your chest looks, that can feel impossible.           

One common and yet seldom talked about condition can destroy your self-confidence and make going shirtless something you dread. This condition is called Gynecomastia, and according to the Mayo Clinic, 30 percent of men will develop it at some point in their lives. 

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Topics: Breast reduction, Liposuction, Gynecomastia

Six Ways To Maintain Your Plastic Surgery Results

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 11, 2018

Making the decision to undergo a plastic surgery procedure is a big deal. You’re investing time, funds, and hope into your procedure. So, naturally, you want it to go as smoothly as possible. And you certainly don’t want your surgery results to reverse months or years after your treatment.

Although some slight changes to your results over time are inevitable, there are steps you can take to maintain your results and help ensure breast augmentation, liposuction, or gynecomastia surgeries don’t reverse.

Follow these six tips to keep looking, and feeling, great years after your procedure..

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Topics: Breast Augmentation, Liposuction, Gynecomastia, Men’s Health, Age Management, Women’s Health

3 Popular Appearance-Enhancing Procedures For Men

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 4, 2018

Plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures are on the rise across America. Considering how everyone wants to look and feel their best, that’s not surprising. But what is surprising is the growing number of men currently seeking cosmetic plastic surgery services.

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Topics: Liposuction, Gynecomastia, Men’s Health, Age Management

Gynecomastia Surgery: What To Expect

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on March 27, 2018

Gynecomastia is a condition in which breast tissue in males becomes abnormally enlarged. It can affect both boys and adult men. In fact, a third of the world’s male population suffers from gynecomastia at one point or another.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Gynecomastia

What Is Gynecomastia?

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on March 13, 2018


Gynecomastia is a condition in which men develop excess breast tissue. The ondition is the result of hormone imbalances in which the body produces too much estrogen, too little androgen, or both. The condition is usually harmless, but it is a source of great stigma for men and can indicate more serious illnesses.

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia: Everything You Need To Know [Guide]

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 14, 2017

Gynecomastia, a medical condition that causes enlarged breasts in men, isn’t something people talk about often. If you’re a guy with this condition, however, you know how devastating it can be.

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Topics: Gynecomastia

How Can You Get Rid Of Man Breasts?

Posted by Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 11, 2017

Up to 30 percent of men develop gynecomastia at some point in their lives.

Commonly referred to as man breasts or man boobs, this condition usually occurs due to a hormonal imbalance. The hormonal imbalances of the teen years and old age often trigger the growth, although the condition can appear at any age. 

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Topics: Plastic Surgery, Gynecomastia