Gynecomastia Surgery – Perfect treatment solution for man-boobs

1How often have you felt awkward because of the superfluous appearance of your breast and have attempted not to unbutton your shirt in front of others especially women? With the cost effective surgeries and the cutting edge technologies available in Canada, getting treatment of Gynecomastia is no more left an uphill struggle. Sometimes also linked to obesity, but more often a physical flaw in average sized men, Gynecomastia is often treated with liposuction and with a surgical procedure named Gynecomasty- also known as breast reduction for men. This procedure removes the extra fibrous tissue that cannot be removed by liposuction. Done under a general anaesthesia or with local sedation, the procedure involves making a small incision on the lower half of the nipple area complex.

Gynecomastia surgery is the perfect treatment solution for the man-boobs thus giving no chance to your girlfriend to tease you. The surgery is simple and cost effective in a country like Canada where you pay an amount much less than what one would pay in the western countries like UK, USA, New Zealand etc.


Abdominoplasty, also known as a Tummy Tuck, removes loose hanging abdominal skin and tightens weakened abdominal wall muscles. Because even diligent diet and exercise cannot fix these problems, each year more than 80,000 American women and men undergo tummy tuck surgery. Women and men who have a protruding belly, loose hanging abdominal skin and weak abdominal muscles are candidates for a full tummy tuck.

One must always remember to do 3-17-2014 3-31-42 PMtheir ‘homework’ when considering having any surgery procedure.

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Breast reconstruction

Breast reconstruction is the rebuilding of a breast that has been removed due to cancer or other disease. This procedure involves the use of implants or relocated flaps of the patients own tissue to create a natural looking breast and reformation of a natural looking areola and nipple. The reconstruction is possible immediately following breast removal. Breast reconstruction usually takes multiple operations, which are spread out over weeks or months.

One must always remember to do their ‘homework’ when considering having any surgery procedure. This includes consulting with a skilled experienced and qualified specialist. Be sure and have all your questions answered and you fully understand the risks of your chosen procedure. Doing this can mean the difference between a successful surgeon.

Breast Surgery Proven to Lower Spine Disorder Risks?

Years ago when people thought of breast surgery, they did not associate the procedure with the improvement of medical conditions. Instead, the initial public focus was on breast augmentation as an elitist procedure for women interested in increasing breast size. Today we know that from 2000 to 2008 well over a million women underwent the breast augmentation procedure, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. And the procedure results have been found to not only increase breast size. Breast augmentation is now known to enhance self- esteem, intimate activities and even social life for many women.

Like breast augmentation, breast reduction has also become increasingly popular. To date, approximately 1 million women have undergone the procedure, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. In fact, it is not uncommon for many insurance companies to pay for a portion or all of the costs associated with breast reduction. So, perhaps it is no surprise that study results have recently surfaced to demonstrate that breast reduction is associated with a reduced risk for spine and back disorders.

In the past, there have been studies that have shown that breast reduction surgery may be a medically necessary plastic surgery procedure. It has been well documented that many women experience relief from shoulder and back discomfort as well as skin conditions from surgery to reduce the size of enlarged breasts. More recently, the latest study results were announced at the annual American Society of Plastic Surgeons meeting. This study involved eleven women suffering from a condition called macromastia. Macromastia can cause severe shoulder and back pain, limited mobility and shoulder/bra irritation.

The participants in the study underwent functional analysis to identify dynamic movement capability of the neck and back. The participants’ skills were also measured to identify the participants’ capabilities in static bodily positions. The study results were promising. Participants showed a 35% decreased compressive back force following breast surgery. In addition, the functional ratings improved by 76% on average.