Some men may experience excess breast tissue. This is usually a combination of diet, heredity, and aging. Through this particular surgery, we can remove the excess tissue resulting in a firmer, flatter chest. For best results, it is recommended to combine liposuction and direct excision.
HOW IT’S DONE
Male breast reduction, also known as gynecomastia, can be achieved in two ways. A small incision may be made under the nipple and excess tissue surgically excised, or liposuction performed through a similar incision at the edge of the nipple. It is common to combine these two approaches.
1 –2 weeks.
Some bruising and excessive bleeding may occur. Other possible complications: altered nipple shape, loss of sensation and skin rippling.