Pope Plastic Surgery welcomes you for a webinar on April 25, 2012 at 7pm EDT if you wish to know about the right treatment for gynecomastia.
Gynecomastia is a medical condition characterized by excessive growth of breast tissue in men. The primary cause of Gynecomastia is a hormonal unevenness in which estrogen levels are too high or testosterone is too low. This type of hormonal imbalance can stem from a wide variety of factors, both natural and unnatural. This condition can impact men of all ages though it is more prominent in obese males.
A good news is that Gynecomastia can be effectively treated by an experienced cosmetic surgeon, certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Liposuction procedures and excision of male breast tissue are some of the ways that a board certified cosmetic surgeon uses to give his male patients a flat, firm, masculine chest.
Dr. George Pope, MD, FACS is an expert on Gynecomastia surgeries and has performed many over his 22 years in Central Florida. His expertise in this cosmetic surgery and the state-of-the-art facilities at Pope Plastic Surgery have helped numerous male patients to get the look that they desire.
The webinar will last for one hour, in which, there will be a presentation of 45 to 50 minutes. Once the presentation is over, there will be a question answer session where the participants can type in their questions.
Dr George Pope, the board certified cosmetic and revisionist surgeon of Pope Plastic Surgery will discuss the general subject of Gynecomastia. He will also focus on the cause of this medical condition and will explain how it can be treated with the help of a cosmetic surgery.
A video of two patients who have recently undergone Gynecomastia surgery by Dr. Pope will be shown during the session. You get an opportunity to see actual liposuction and tissue excision procedures. The remainder of the presentation will be in PowerPoint format, with some before and after photos of patients shown.
Anyone interested in learning about Gynecomastia and the corrective surgery can participate in this free webinar. Individuals who have this condition or know a friend or family member with Gynecomastia can register for this presentation.
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