Posted April 3, 2018 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSNovember 14th, 2018
Non-surgical fat reduction has become an increasingly popular option—and our New Jersey CoolSculpting® patients will happily tell you how much they love seeing results without downtime. While we love being able to provide our patients with non-invasive solutions to some of their biggest concerns, there are limitations to what many non-surgical treatments can do compared… click to continue reading
Posted September 15, 2015 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Have you ever gone to the gym or the beach only to hesitate when it’s time to take off your shirt? Nearly 40 percent of men are affected by enlarged breast tissue, a condition known as gynecomastia. It can be an embarrassing condition that can impact quality of life and self-esteem.
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Posted October 1, 2013 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSJanuary 30th, 2018
Gynecomastia is a common male issue that can be effectively addressed through male breast reduction surgery. There are many misconceptions about the condition and how surgery can deal with it. It is important that men know what’s true and what’s not. Here’s a look at six facts you may not have known:
Gynecomastia is a … click to continue reading
Posted January 15, 2013 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Enlarged breast tissue in men is a condition known as gynecomastia and has been thought to affect up to 40-percent of males. Gynecomastia is most often caused by hormonal changes and usually begins in puberty. Patients often find the situation resolves itself when hormones level out. A small number of cases, however, are caused by… click to continue reading
Posted November 20, 2012 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSSeptember 22nd, 2017
While most celebrities go to great lengths to hide their cosmetic surgery procedures, some celebrities are quite open and frank. A celebrity who doesn’t hide his cosmetic procedure is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson who elected to have a gynecomastia procedure done. A former professional wrestler and modern-day movie star, Dwayne Johnson has appeared in films… click to continue reading
Posted March 27, 2012 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSJanuary 29th, 2018
Keith is a 41-year-old man who has dealt with the issue of “man boobs” for most of his life. Unhappy with his appearance, he finally decided to do something about it. Keith knew from his research on the Internet that there was a solution. After researching breast reduction for men, New Jersey local, Keith, decided… click to continue reading
Posted November 1, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSSeptember 22nd, 2017
Jim is a single, 32-year old design professional who recently had gynecomastia correction surgery with Dr. Parker. Gynecomastia or “man boobs” is a common condition that reportedly affects 50% of adult males. It can affect one or both breasts and men both young and old.
“I’m 32 and I’ve had this problem since puberty, for… click to continue reading
Posted June 29, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Doug is a 32-year old single professional guy who works out just about everyday. Fit as he is, exercise was not helping to improve the appearance of his chest. Doug suffers from gynecomastia or “man boobs”. Gynecomastia, or enlarged breast tissue in men, is very common for men of all ages and sizes. While up… click to continue reading
Posted May 3, 2011 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
Eric is a 38 year old public safety professional who has been embarrassed about his “man boobs” since puberty. He is married with a young child and has wanted to have the male breast reduction in New Jersey for a very long time.
“I’ve been thinking about the surgery since I was like 13 or… click to continue reading
Posted November 16, 2010 by Paul M. Parker, M.D., FACSMay 2nd, 2016
John, a 20-year old college student, suffered for years worrying about his larger than normal breasts. John had a medical condition known as gynecomastia, or enlargement of the male breasts. This is a relatively common condition that can affect younger and older men. It also can affect just one breast or both.
“You’re really self-conscious. … click to continue reading