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Is the Vaser treatment of gynecomastia a “game changer” at the Austin Gynecomastia Center?

Is the Vaser Treatment of Gynecomastia A “Game Changer” At The Austin Gynecomastia Center?

Vaser treatment for gynecomastia is a liposuction machine that contours fat with ultrasonic (sound) energy. This is different from standard liposuction that uses a cannula (tube) attached to a suction machine. Liposuction machines such as Laser, Power Assisted, Ultrasound, among others, are all alternatives to achieve the same endpoint, but Vaser has clearly been revolutionary at the AGC: I have used it in over fifty gynecomastia patients with impressive results, and this coming from someone known to be very critical. […]

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Gynecomastia Vests and the TSA

Gynecomastia Vests And The TSA

Treatment for gynecomastia at the AGC is routine. I perform over 125 cases a year for patients all over the globe. One thing they all have in common is the gynecomastia compression garment they use for the first three weeks after treatment. This helps with the swelling, the healing, and the compression feels good. The downside of the garment is that it can be uncomfortable to some patients particularly in the area around the underarms. But what do gynecomastia vests and […]

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Gynecomastia Treatment After Surgery Day 1

Gynecomastia Treatment After Surgery Day 1

Many patients want to know what to expect after gynecomastia surgery in terms of recovery, pain and discomfort, and their ability to care for themselves. Here are two examples of gynecomastia treatment after surgery. As you can see from these pictures, there are two patients who had standard treatment at the AGC and are seen the next day afterwards. You can see that swelling and bruising is minimal and that these guys are walking around in minimal to no pain. Yes, […]

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If I Have Bad Gynecomastia, Does that Mean I Have a lot of Glandular Tissue?

If I Have Bad Gynecomastia, Does That Mean I Have A Lot Of Glandular Tissue?

I get this question pretty commonly: If I have large “man boobs” or gynecomastia does that mean I have a lot of glandular tissue? The simple answer here is NO. You would think that if you have a bad case of gynecomastia, surely you have a lot of glandular tissue present. This is often not the case. In many patients where I would have expected a lot of gland to be found, I was actually able to correct the problem […]

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How to choose the best gynecomastia surgeon

How To Choose The Best Gynecomastia Surgeon

Without a doubt, this is the most important consideration in the treatment of gynecomastia. The surgeon is going to determine the success or failure of your procedure. Experience, price and location are very important in the decision making process. Considering that there are many medical practitioners who say they treat gynecomastia, how can you best evaluate a surgeon to determine if they merely dabble in gynecomastia, or are “crunchers” — surgeons who perform over 100 cases a year and know […]

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The Zone Classification System at the Austin Gynecomastia Center

The Zone Classification System At The Austin Gynecomastia Center

I have devised a Gynecomastia Zone Classification System system at the Austin Gynecomastia Center that has been very useful in communicating with and treating gynecomastia patients. After my first 500 cases of gynecomastia, it became clear to me that there are very consistent zones of the male chest that can show signs of fullness, yet not all patients have the same combination of these zones. Developing this classification system has allowed my patients to effectively communicate the areas of concern and has allowed […]

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