Male breast enlargement or gynecomastia (Greek derivation, gyne = female and mastos = breast) is a common male chest condition. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, gynecomastia accounts for more than 65% of all male breast disorders. While occurring most commonly in teens, it can affect all men throughout their life due to hormonal fluctuations and certain medications. Once not talked about and treated with an old-style approach that left large scars, gynecomastia reduction today has evolved into a highly successful surgery that can be quickly done with minimal scarring. Using a combination of liposuction and gland removal through a peri-areolar incision, most gynecomastia conditions can be resolved without recurrence. Whether it is just a puffy nipple or a more visible breast mound, there is no reason teenage boys or adult men have to forever worry about taking off their shirts or having their nipples or breast mounds show through their shirts.