Reduces abnormally-enlarged, female-like breasts in men through the
procedure of liposuction and/or cutting out excess glandular tissue.
This condition is known as "gynecomastia." (Male breast reduction
is sometimes covered by medical insurance.)
literally means development of female or women like breast in male. Breast in both male and female consists of glands embedded in fat. Glands in
Gynecomastia or Male breast are active tissue and fat provides cushion. Fat in Male Breast or Gynecomastia is
cushion providing fat and not energy store, so this fat usually doesn't disappear even with vigorous exercise.
1 hour or more.
Temporary bruising, swelling, numbness, soreness, and burning sensations.
Back to work: 3 to 7 days. More strenuous activity: 2 to 3 weeks.
Swelling and bruising: 3 to 6 months.
Infection, fluid accumulations, injury to the skin, rippling or bagginess
of skin, and asymmetry. Pigment changes (possibly permanent if exposed
to the sun). Excessive scarring if tissue was cut away, and need for
a following procedure to remove addition tissue.
Permanent, although weight gain or use of certain drugs may cause
a recurrent condition.
An incision is made in the areola, the dark area surrounding the nipple,
or in the armpit. Fat and glandular tissue are removed to create a
chest that is flatter and firmer, contributing to a more masculine
contour. Liposuction may be performed in conjunction with male breast
Local with Sedation