Imagine being a guy who refuses to take your shirt off at the beach or at a gym – or opting to not go to the beach or gym at all, fearing it will expose a portion of your body that you don’t want anyone to see. Imagine hiding your chest with an extra layer…

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Joseph T Cruise, MD was recently quoted in the article “Why Do I Have So Many Pimples as an Adult?” in Fatherly. In the article, he discusses the factors that can lead to adult acne in men. “In men, the sebaceous glands can become hypersensitive to testosterone, leading to an excess production of sebum,” Dr.…

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Everyone wants clear, smooth, glowing skin, right? Well, there are some steps that you can take to help make this dream a reality. Joseph T Cruise, MD was recently featured on Café Mom in an article titled “20 Seasonal Skin-Care Tricks for Great Skin All Year Long.”  Read on to learn about some of the…

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Joseph T Cruise, MD was recently published in Fatherly in an article called “Why is My Face Getting So Fat?” If you’re experiencing what Joseph T Cruise, MD calls “moon face” with excess jowls and stubborn fat in the face, your body might be soon to follow! Fortunately, there are some things you can do…

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Newport Beach CA – March 25, 2017 Newport Beach Plastic Surgeon Joseph T Cruise, MD is one of 500 doctors in the nation to receive the prestigious RealSelf 500 Award out of almost 13,000 board certified doctors represented on the leading online elective procedure community. Doctors receiving the Real Self 500 award are recognized for having an exemplary record…

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When celebrity hair stylist Brandon Liberati decided to share his gynecomastia experience on Bravo TV’s “Newlyweds” show, it became the first time the condition was publicly discussed on such a widely watched platform. On the Newlyweds, Season 3, Episode 7, Brandon and his partner Craig Ramsay, opened up about the affect gynecomastia had on both…

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Since Dr. Joseph Cruise was featured on Bravo TV’s ” Newlyweds” reality show, he has gained a lot of attention for his pro-active approach for reaching out to the male community suffering with gynecomastia. His Newport Beach practice, Cruise Plastic Surgery, is one of the few in the world to specialize in treating gynecomastia. Joseph…

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On the latest season of Bravo TV’s “Newlyweds: The First Year”, viewers saw celebrity hair stylist Brandon Liberati and his husband, fitness expert/author Craig Ramsay, deal with Brandon’s gynecomastia surgery. Caused by an estrogen and testosterone hormonal imbalance, gynecomastia (the swelling of the breast tissue in boys and men) affects up to 65% of middle-aged…

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Earlier this month, Joseph T Cruise, MD’s patient and Bravo TV reality star, Brandon Liberati publicly opened up about suffering with gynecomastia and having surgery to correct it. Brandon and his partner Craig Ramsay are one of the featured couples on this seasons Newlyweds: The First Year, which airs every Wednesday on Bravo. A recent…

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Cruise Plastic Surgery has added Alphaeon™ Credit to their preferred vendor list for patients needing financial assistance with their cosmetic surgery fees. Alphaeon™ Credit offers accessible and flexible financing options to those pursuing elective healthcare services and procedures. NEWPORT BEACH, CA. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 10, 2014 As a leading cosmetic surgery practice in Orange County, Cruise…

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PRWEB.COM Newswire Newport Beach, CA. (PRWEB) September 16, 2014 As an Orange County breast reduction specialist, Dr. Joseph T. Cruise, has performed hundreds of breast surgeries. This experience has allowed him to monitor a large number of patients to track the longevity and satisfaction of their results. Office data confirms that combining a breast reduction with…

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It is always sad when we hear of a well-known person who has passed away. Without realizing it, we allow our favorite entertainers into our family room and bedrooms; our private spaces. The ones we really like have spent hours upon hours with us. Whether they have made us laugh, cry, angry, ponder, or amp’d…

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