Gynecomastia, or the enlargement of breast tissue in the male breast, can be an embarrassing condition for a man since a flat, muscular chest is the standard for males in our society. A recent article by Elliot Jacobs, M.D. of New York, states that 65% of all male breast disorders are gynecomastia. Teenage males are especially hard hit by this disorder which can often cause, not only physical, but psychological pain. Many young, healthy males who are attempting to look more muscular will go to the illegal use of male hormones like testosterone, or even the legal use of health store products such as DHEA. These and other hormone producing products can lead to the growth of breast tissue in males and have the unfortunate side effect of making one look worse when they were only trying to look better. Today, men can take back their lives through liposuction and gland excision of male breasts.