Category Archives: Male Breast Reduction

Male Breast Reduction: What You Need to Know

Breast procedures have long been associated with women. Really, breasts themselves have largely been associated with women! Even today, many people do not think of men as having breasts. Understandably, this would be because the breast tissue on a man is much different than the breast tissue on the female body. At least it usually […]


Getting the Contoured Male Chest You Crave

We often expect for a man’s chest to have curves. Soft curves. Curves that indicate the presence of strong pec muscles beneath the skin. When a man’s breasts look fuller and softer, like a woman’s, life can become incredibly stressful. For the average guy, there is no room for “man boobs” in his existence; and […]


Male Breast Reduction Miami FL

Gynecomastia: What’s Age Got to do With It?

According to statistics, millions of men live with the bulging, puffy symptoms of gynecomastia. This is actually a broad detail about the issue we unkindly refer to as “man boobs.” When we look deeper, we can see that gynecomastia affects males of all ages, from the pubescent boy to the middle-aged man. Because so many […]


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In response to the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic the State of Florida has prohibited ANY elective procedures from being performed until AT LEAST May 9th. In addition, locally we have stay at home orders in effect for an unknown length of time.
In response, we have temporarily “closed” our office to seeing anything but emergencies and necessary post-op patients. We are checking messages and answering calls between noon – 2pm each weekday until further notice. We are hoping to be able to begin to safely see new patients again within one to two weeks but this will depend on the circumstances at the time.
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