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Male breast reduction surgery is a cosmetic surgical procedure directed to correct the overdeveloped or large breast in men. Plastic surgery is technically termed gynecomastia correction as a reduction mammoplasty.

  • What is it ?

    Gynecomastia (excess male breast glandular tissue) is also known as moobs or male boobs. This condition may affect one or both sides of the chest of the male.
    Gynecomastia is the benign enlargement of breast tissue in males. It may occur transiently in newborns. Half or more of adolescent boys have some breast development during puberty. Gynecomastia may arise as an abnormal condition associated with a disease or metabolic disorders, as a side-effect of medication, or as a result of the natural decrease of testosterone production in older males. In adolescent boys, the condition is often a source of psychological distress; however, 75% of pubertal gynecomastia cases resolve within two years of onset without treatment.

  • Signs and Symptoms

    Gynecomastia may occur unilaterally or bilaterally, presenting with swollen breast tissue or breast tenderness, which may lead affected individuals to be concerned about the possibility of having breast cancer. An increase in the diameter of the areola or asymmetry of chest tissue is another possible sign of gynecomastia.

  • Causes

    Gynecomastia is caused by excessive estrogen actions and is often the result of an increased ratio of estrogen to androgen. In approximately 25% of cases, the cause of gynecomastia is unknown. About 10%-25% of cases are estimated to result from the use of medications. This is known as non-physiologic gynecomastia. Those medications include ketoconazole, cimetidine, gonadotropin-releasing hormone analogues, and human growth hormone, and human chorionic gonadotropin, antiandrogens such as bicalutamide, flutamide, and spironolactone, and 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors such as finasteride or dutasteride. Medications with probable associations to gynecomastia include risperidone, calcium channel blockers such as verapamil and nifedipine, anabolic steroids, alcohol, opioids, efavirenz, alkylating agents, and omeprazole. Individuals with prostate cancer who are treated with androgen deprivation therapy may experience gynecomastia. Hyperprolactinemia has also been associated with the development of gynecomastia.

  • Treatments

    Gynecomastia can be treated by two methods,

    • Liposuction
    • Websters surgery

    Liposuction

    In this procedure, the excess fat from the chest area is removed which will considerably reduce the size of the breasts.
    The cosmetic procedure for treating gynecomastia with liposuction is normally performed by utilizing local anaesthesia or general anaesthesia and includes a small entry cut on each side of the chest. Contingent upon your necessities and your corrective specialist’s preferred method, the incision might be made along a part of the edge of the areola or inside the armpit. Through these entry points, your cosmetic surgeon will eliminate the overabundance of fat or excess glandular tissue, simultaneously sculpting a chest shape that looks natural to your body.

    Websters Surgery (Mastectomy)

    In this procedure, the breast gland tissues are removed thereby removing the entire breasts. A small incision is made in the chest region and the tissues are removed which will leave very less scarring. Tissue excisions cosmetic surgery is directed to remove a greater amount of glandular tissue and/or skin that is not successfully treated with liposuction alone. The location and length of the incisions rely upon the degree of cosmetic surgery requirement, however it was commonly located around the edge of the areola (peri-areolar incision) or within the natural creases of the chest. An experienced, qualified cosmetic surgeon will take keen care to position the incisions so that the subsequent scars will be as unnoticeable as possible. The recovery time for this procedure is 1-2 weeks. Most patients feel ready to resume their routine life within one week.

  • Gynecomastia surgery side effects

    Gynecomastia surgery poses various complications if it is not done properly

    • Anaesthesia complications
    • Blood clot
    • Bleeding
    • Asymmetrical Chest
    • Infection
    • Persistent pain
    • Seroma
    • Exposable scarring

    The good news is an experienced and qualified cosmetic surgeon can prevent these risk factors

  • Why BM Plastic & cosmetology clinic for gynecomastia

    Factors that make us stand unique from others

    • Skilful and experienced
    • Board-certified cosmetic surgeons
    • Personalized treatment setup
    • 95% happy clients

    Gynecomastia treatment cost depends on the amount of fat or grade that gets removed, Result speaks louder than the cost. Ensures before choosing a cosmetic surgeon for gynecomastia consider the experience and patients’ reviews.
    If you feel you’re suffering from gynecomastia or have questions regarding your situation kindly don’t hesitate to contact BM Plastic and Cosmetology clinic in Chennai.

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