How to get rid of moobs?

The appearance of man boobs affects around 15% of adult men in the UK and is caused when excess fat develops in a man’s breast area. Moobs are most often caused by a condition known as gynecomastia. This is when there is an increase in the amount of breast gland tissue growth which is caused… Continue reading How to get rid of moobs?

What are “Daddy Do-Overs”?

Mommy makeovers are a popular procedure among women typically after pregnancy as they want to get their bodies back to how they looked before pregnancy. Mommy makeovers typically involve a combination of procedures such as liposuction, breast lift and tummy tuck. Now, there has been a rise in men who want to undergo different procedures… Continue reading What are “Daddy Do-Overs”?

Cosmetic Surgery Chelmsford Clinic, Essex

The Private Clinic in Essex is at the state of the art Baddow Private Hospital in Chelmsford, Essex. It is easily located from areas such as Abberton, Ardleigh, Alresford, Colchester, Brentwood, Basildon, Dedham, Billericay, Ongar, Ingatestone, Loughton and Upminster. We are able to offer consultations for our full range of procedures at our Essex clinic… Continue reading Cosmetic Surgery Chelmsford Clinic, Essex

Facts on Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia) Surgery

What is Gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is the enlargement of the breast tissue inside the breast glands. One or both breasts can be affected and a rubbery or firm mound of tissue that sits behind the nipple is usually felt. What can cause gynecomastia? In most cases gynecomastia is caused by an imbalance between testosterone and oestrogen… Continue reading Facts on Male Breast Reduction (Gynecomastia) Surgery

A Spotlight on Male Chest Reduction

What is Gynecomastia? Gynecomastia is often more commonly known as man boobs. It is a condition that affects 15% of adult men in the UK. It is a condition which can run in families and is often caused by excess glandular tissue, fatty tissue or excess chest skin developing in the male’s chest area. Although… Continue reading A Spotlight on Male Chest Reduction

5 Gynecomastia Myths

Gynecomastia, man boobs or male breasts are often an embarrassing topic and many males feel uncomfortable talking about it preferring to just cover up the problem but despite this, it is becoming one of the most popular surgeries for men. Men want to feel better about their appearance so we have discussed some of the… Continue reading 5 Gynecomastia Myths

Gynecomastia or Pseudogynecomastia?

Summer is here and many of us are jetting off on holiday and spending our days relaxing by the pool and topping up our tan (safely of course!) but what if the thought of baring your chest leaves you with a feeling of dread. Gynecomastia – more commonly known as man boobs – affects around… Continue reading Gynecomastia or Pseudogynecomastia?

A guide to Plastic Surgery for men

Women are chronically portrayed as the gender that cares and pays most attention to beauty, health, and style, but such stereotypes are being brought down daily because men aren’t blind to the fact that our society values youth and beauty – nor are men creatures devoid of vanity. In fact, those eager to climb the corporate… Continue reading A guide to Plastic Surgery for men

The Private Clinic, Manchester: Plastic Surgery Treatments

We realise that some results can only be attained surgically, so we have selected a wide range aesthetic treatment options for you to choose from. Our Manchester clinic is one of four where we offer surgical procedures on top of our minimally invasive, walk in, walk out procedures, and the list below gives you an… Continue reading The Private Clinic, Manchester: Plastic Surgery Treatments

Have you got ‘em but don’t want to flaunt ‘em?

There’s a handful of features that men would rather not develop and while a balding head might top the list, ‘man boobs’ or ‘moobs’ (as they’re more commonly referred to) are definitely up there as well. In fact, recent figures show that in 2015, Male Chest Reduction surgeries were up by a significant 13%. The… Continue reading Have you got ‘em but don’t want to flaunt ‘em?