Gynecomastia surgery reduces the size of men’s breasts while also flattening and enhancing the chest contours. This problem makes the person feel bad both physically and psychologically.
Genetics is a common cause of this problem. However, it can occur for no apparent reason, and it can also occur as a result of medication or a hormonal imbalance.
Who is Eligible for Gynecomasty?
Changing clothes in public due to large breasts makes you uncomfortable and if you are picky even when buying clothes and want to improve your body size and increase your self-confidence, you are suitable for gynecomastia surgery.
Gynecomastia surgery is performed under general anesthesia and takes less than two hours. Liposuction is used to remove excess adipose tissue from the breast.
Your surgeon will carefully make a small incision in the areola and then perform liposuction through this incision. After the liposuction is complete, your surgeon will remove the loose skin and reshape the breast and flatten it to appear masculine. The nipple area will then be repositioned to the appropriate location.
Risks of gynecomasty surgery include those:
> Reactions to tape, suture materials, glues, topical preparations or injected agents.
> The risks of anesthesia
> Bleeding (hematoma)
> Blood clots.
> Breast asymmetry.
> Breast contour and shape irregularities.
> Changes in nipple or breast sensation may be temporary or permanent.
> Poor wood healing
> Possibility of revision surgery
Our consultants will explain these and other risks to you before getting your permission. All of your concerns should be discussed with your plastic surgeon.