04 November 2013

Man with large chestMany more men are choosing to undergo cosmetic surgery to rid them of so-called 'moobs' in the run-up to Christmas, according to an expert. According to one consultant cosmetic surgeon, men of all age groups are seeking treatment for Gynaecomastia in time for Christmas. He suggested that this pre-Christmas spike may be because it would otherwise be too late to lose weight through exercise. The surgeon also added that two types of Gynaecomastia existed - one caused by an excess of glandular tissue, the other as a result of excessive fatty tissue. The latter, he said, can be treated through radiofrequency and ultrasound technology.He also pointed out that with such a wide range of treatments available, the process of treating Gynaecomastia can be simple and largely pain-free.