Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Offers Male Breast Reduction Massachusetts

Beverly MA, July 2016 — Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (http://www.plasticsurgerynorth.com/), located in Beverly, Ma, understands that a man’s breasts can gain in size with weight gain, age or due to genetics. The breast can be noticeable and unnatural for a man. Breast reduction north shore, or gynecomastia, can restore a more toned look with less fullness in the breast area.

Dr. Hadaegh, a board certified plastic surgeon with more than 10 years of experience in male breast reduction surgery Massachusetts surgery, has seen it time and time again, where oversized male breasts can bring social stress and embarrassment for a man. Despite the hours of exercise and the months of dieting, these efforts often do not resolve overly developed breasts in men. This is why Dr. Hadaegh at Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of North Shore, offers multiple surgical options for Male Breast Reduction on North Shore, from liposuction to full breast reduction, which can flatten and even out the chest and decrease the overall size of the areola. He offers male individuals a customized surgical approach with optimal end results. Some men choose to have other procedures in combination with gynecomastia such as liposuction or abdominoplasty, for a more comprehensive look.

At Aesthetic Plastic Surgery of North Shore all efforts are focused on providing optimal care for patients. For more information on why the Male breast reduction Massachusetts remains a highly sought-after cosmetic surgical solution, or to learn more about other procedures, please visit: http://www.plasticsurgerynorth.com/.

About Dr. Anoush Hadaegh

A board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Anoush Hadaegh opened the doors of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery North Shore in 2014 and has been a practicing plastic surgeon for more than ten years. Dr. Hadaegh graduated from medical school at Oregon Health University. After completing his residency in general surgery at Boston University, Dr. Hadaegh trained in plastic surgery at Wake Forest University Medical Center. He is a frequent lecturer on the subjects of facial rejuvenation as well as cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery and body contouring—especially after weight loss. For more information, visit http://www.plasticsurgerynorth.com/.