This procedure is common in young men and is source of discomfort and impair their self confidence.
This pathology is characterized by :
– excess localized fat
– excess glandular tissue development
– a combination of both excess fat and glandular tissue
– gynecomastia may present unilaterally ( one breast) or bilaterally ( both breasts).
Gynecomastia can be treated surgically after a blood test check up as well as an ultrasound examination.
Excess fat and glandular tissue can be removed with or without skin.
The result is a better proportioned, more masculine-contoured upper body and the freedom and self confidence to lead an active life.
Surgical removal of excess tissue is performed by excision and/or liposuction. This procedure can include areola reduction.
Initial swelling should dissipate in 2-4 weeks. Final results may appear in 2-4 months. Incision lines will continue to fade for up to one year.
Significant weight gain can reverse results.