Plastic Surgery For Men

Dr. Houser provides Abdominoplasty, Gynecomastia, ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant for men.

Brief descriptions of each men procedure are listed below on this page. However, for more detailed information, including faqs on each surgery, please click on the name of the desired procedure below.

Male Procedures

  • Abdominoplasty: Many men who have lost a significant amount of weight find that they are left with excess skin that no amount of exercise will eliminate. With weight gain, the abdominal muscles (rectus abdominus muscles) can become separated. In addition, the abdominal skin becomes stretched during weight gain. After the weight is lost, the skin in unable to shrink back to its former shape. Abdominoplasty repairs and tightens the muscles and removes the excess skin, leaving the patient with a firm, flat abdomen. Many men who have lost weight and worked hard to get back in shape find that abdominoplasty helps them to look and feel physically fit.
  • Gynecomastia: Male breast development can occur in many different degrees, anything from a fully developed breast to enlargement beneath the nipple. Treatment is considered after all medical conditions that may be responsible are ruled out. Surgery consists of either liposuction, excision of breast tissue, or a combination of the two. Recovery is about 2 weeks.
  • ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant: was designed with you in mind. Developed with leading hair transplant physicians and researchers, this state-of-the-art technology was created to eliminate the guesswork and fatigue associated with manual handheld methods, along with the scarring, complications and downtime of existing invasive surgical techniques. Unlike older transplant methods, no stitches are required, rendering your procedure nearly undetectable. You can now expect natural-looking results without the side effects and recovery times resulting from older techniques. Overcome the negative stigma associated with traditional hair transplants and reap the benefits of this revolutionary, physician-controlled technology.