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Breast Reduction For Men

For men in the New York area looking into eliminating excess skin on their chests or breast reduction surgery, male breast reduction (Gynecomastia) at Bronx Plastic Surgery may be the answer. Here, doctors Goldstein and Erhard are board certified with years of experience performing not only male breast reduction but also many other plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures.

Male breast reduction is increasingly in-demand as more men become aware of their surgical options for alleviating large breasts. Many patients find that that excess skin on their chest or what appear to be large breasts can be difficult to get rid of, sometimes even after much hard work at the gym. Male breast reduction surgery can help to eliminate excess tissue in the breasts and improve your self-image. The results of this procedure can help to create a leaner, more sculpted appearance of the chest and also enhance your entire upper body.

Male Breast Reduction Surgery Consultation

Undergoing male breast reduction with the professionals at Bronx Plastic Surgery is a possible option for candidates looking to eliminate what they may feel is an embarrassing problem. During this simple surgical procedure, small incisions are made on either side of the chest, and excess fat is removed through a liposuction-like procedure.  After consulting with the doctors at Bronx Plastic Surgery, candidates who move forward with the male breast reduction procedure should allow approximately two hours for outpatient surgery, as well as one to two weeks to fully recover, though many patients return to regular activities after a few days. Doctors Goldstein and Erhard always make patient care a top priority of their practice, to ensure that every patient receives individualized care, from consultation to recovery.

Contact the specialists at Bronx Plastic Surgery today to learn more about male breast reduction!

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