Gynecomastia Correction is a breast reduction procedure that is performed on males. It is estimated that 65% of teenage boys experience gynecomastia. Most boys outgrow gynecomastia within a few years, but 10% to 15% will carry their problem into adulthood. For these patients, breast reduction is usually the only way to reshape and streamline the chest. Reasons for gynecomastia may include a variety of factors including hormonal changes, hereditary conditions, or the use of certain drugs.
How is Gynecomastia Performed?
Dr. Dickie will remove excess fat and glandular tissue from the breast either through the armpit or in the areola. This procedure can be performed in conjunction with liposuction. If the patient has excess fat in the breast and not much evidence of excess glandular tissue, Dr. Dickie may chose to perform the reduction using liposuction only.
Is Gynecomastia Correction Right for You?
At the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery, Dr. Dickie understands that your sense of well-being is very much associated with how you feel about your looks. You may be an ideal candidate for this procedure if your condition cannot be corrected through alternative medical treatments and you have maintained a stable weight.
The patient may experience discomfort for several days following the surgery. Bruising and swelling can be apparent. An elastic garment or pressure binder is used to reduce and flatten the space resulting from removal of the excess breast tissue during the surgery.
Please contact the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery to schedule a consultation with Dr. Dickie. During this consultation, risks and complications associated with the procedure will be discussed. This time will also allow you to view pre- and post-operative photos, and obtain information about any other cosmetic enhancement that you might be considering.
Before & After
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