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Male Breast reduction Bryn Mawr, PA

A Look at Male Breast Reduction

Men with breasts. This sounds like a bad B-budget horror film. For the man who lives every day with noticeably large breasts, life can feel like its own House of Horrors. Men who are troubled by enlarged breast tissue often resort to wearing overly baggy clothes or even bras made specifically for male breasts; bras […]


Facelift Bryn Mawr, PA

Why a Facelift and Neck Lift is a Power Combo for Complete Facial Rejuvenation

At Claytor Noone Plastic Surgery, our primary objective in each situation is to understand a patient’s concerns and desired outcome from prospective treatment. The approach that is taken to rejuvenate the face or body (or both) always caters to the individual, which means we personalize techniques based on preferences, needs, and the condition of the […]






Breast Implant Removal Bryn Mawr, PA

Breast Implant Removal Done Right

More than 300.000 breast augmentation procedures were performed last year alone, with just as many expected for the current year. Understandably, this procedure is popular because it allows a woman to achieve the shape she pictures for herself. Also understandably, a woman who undergoes breast augmentation may expect that she will love her new look […]




More Men are Receiving Treatment for Gynecomastia

In recent years, statistics have revealed a marked increase in the number of breast reduction surgeries being performed. Interestingly, of the nearly 47,000 breast reduction procedures performed in 2017, 26,000 of them were conducted as gynecomastia treatment. Men don’t like having breasts, and they should know that treatment can put an end to this problem […]


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