Before and After Gynecomastia *

* Patients individual results may vary.

Case # 6201

Like many men suffering from gynecomastia, this patient was embarrassed to go shirtless in public as well as experiencing serious limitations of shirt choice. Dr. Barry Weintraub’s surgery granted this patient a newfound freedom of activities and an unlimited wardrobe choice.

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Case # 6202

The psychological aspect of excess breast tissue can take a toll on a man’s self-confidence. Dr. Weintraub performs his gynecomastia surgery without making any unsightly incisions around the nipple/areola area, so evidence of surgery is non-existent.

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Case # 6203

This male patient was embarrassed by breast protuberance caused by unwanted breast tissue. Dr. Weintraub removed the unwanted tissue with special Mercedes gynecomastia cannulae using the hidden, underarm approach that leaves no nearby marks, producing a flatter, more masculine chest.

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Case # 6204

Just one week post-op, this patient underwent Gynecomastia surgery to reduce excess breast tissue. Dr. Weintraub’s sophisticated surgical approach utilizes the armpit area to hide the tiniest incision, eliminating any visible scars near the chest area.

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Case # 6205

The social stigma of having excess breast tissue can prevent many men from going shirtless, or wearing clothes that reveal protrusive breasts more appropriate to women. Using specially designed surgical instruments made for removing male breast tissue, Dr. Weintraub performed gynecomastia surgery, removing the excess tissue as well as fat.

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Case # 6206

Unlike many surgeons who make incisions around the areola of the breast, Dr. Weintraub prefers to perform his gynecomastia surgery through a tiny incision near the armpit, thereby camouflaging any evidence of surgery and leaving the patient with an excellent result – and no telltale signs of having had a procedure.

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