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Gynecomastia

Recovering from Gynecomastia Surgery

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Gynecomastia is a common condition that affects the breast tissue in men. This is a condition in which the male breasts become enlarged, resembling that of female breasts. Gynecomastia often happens during puberty for adolescents as their hormones are changing, but it can also occur in men during adulthood. Often, the enlarged breast tissue will…

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Does Gynecomastia Go Away?

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Gynecomastia is the medical term for enlarged male breasts. It is quite common for teenagers going through puberty to experience this condition. For most young men, it goes away on its own by the age of 21. Adult males who have gynecomastia are rarely able to get rid of it on their own with medications,…

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What Type of Gynecomastia Do I Have?

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Gynecomastia (enlarged male breasts) does not occur similarly among all male teenagers and adults. there are certain factors that may differentiate one case from another. Not only does the size of breast enlargement vary, but so does the make-up of what is causing it and the quality of the skin. The American Society of Plastic…

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Jessica Morris, Assistant Manager, Donates Kidney

Cruise Plastic Surgery is proud to announce that our assistant manager and patient advocate, Jessica Morris, successfully donated her kidney to save a complete stranger’s life! Jessica has wanted to donate her kidney to a person in need for a while now, and she finally had the opportunity! Click here to read more of the…

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Cosmopolitan: Dr. Cruise on Male Breasts and Gynecomastia

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Dr. Cruise, a leading, board-certified specialist in gynecomastia and male breast reduction, offers his expertise to the style, beauty, and lifestyle giant, Cosmopolitan, in his latest educational contribution to the plastic surgery community. The article, Why Do Men Have Nipples?, answers many questions about male breasts, their function, and why they can be prone to…

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Gynecomastia: Dr. Cruise Breaks It Down

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Board Certified plastic surgeon and a recognized men’s plastic surgery specialist, Dr. Cruise is dedicated to education and awareness of his newest techniques and practices. His latest contribution to the plastic surgery community is an article on gynecomastia treatment for LA-Story, a lifestyle center for the ins and outs of Los Angeles. Awareness is the…

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Are you a Good Candidate for Gynecomastia Surgery?

Gynecomastia, or enlarged breast tissue, is a common concern among men. A male breast reduction uses several techniques to create a flatter, more masculine chest. Find out what makes a successful or unsuccessful candidate to determine if you could benefit from this procedure. What makes a successful candidate? A good candidate for gynecomastia surgery is…

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Tips to Prepare for Gynecomastia Surgery

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Gynecomastia can be a hindering condition for men of many ages. At our office, we offer Gynecomastia surgery performed by Dr. Cruise to help correct this condition. After making the decision to undergo gynecomastia surgery, it is important to understand the necessary steps to prepare for it. We have put together some of the most…

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Are You a Candidate for Male Breast Reduction?

Gynecomastia is the enlargement of glandular breast tissue in males. It can affect males of any age, from puberty to later in life. Many boys experience this condition during puberty, however for most, it goes away on its own. With the many changes happening with a teen’s body, adding gynecomastia to the list can make…

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Three Ways to Surgically Treat Gynecomastia

Gynecomastia, commonly known as “man boobs”, is a condition in men in which the breast tissue swells or is enlarged. Gynecomastia can be caused by a variety of factors and can be classified into different types. Since there are different types of Gynecomastia, treatment will need to be different for each type in order to…

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