Gynecomastia

What Is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia, also known as gynecomastia, is a procedure that is applied due to excessive growth in the male breast.

Because of excessive weight gain or hereditary reasons, men’s breasts may have a much larger and fatty tissue than they should be. This fatting, which should be in the female anatomy but is an uncomfortable appearance for men, can profoundly affect individuals’ social lives. At this point, men who are uncomfortable with their breasts’ growth resort to a surgical operation to get rid of this appearance. That is also referred to as gynecomastia, that is, Gynecomastia. So, how is gynecomastia performed?

How Is Gynecomastia Performed?

There are two techniques used for gynecomastia performed under anesthesia. These techniques are as follows.

Classic Gynecomastia

In classic gynecomastia surgery, the fat contained in patients’ breast tissue is removed with specific incisions. The doctor determines incisions according to the abundance of adipose tissue in the breast. In this method, traces remain in the body, and the recovery time is extended. The most significant advantage is that the result can be seen immediately after the operation.

Liposuction Method

Another method used in surgery is liposuction. Also known as closed gynecomastia, this method can also remove excess adipose tissue without any traces and without creating large incisions in the area. In the breast, holes are opened that are large enough for small cannulas to pass through. Fat tissues are removed with the help of these holes. After the application is finished, the problem in the breast is not solved immediately. One month after the application, we can express that the pain has completely disappeared.

Duration of Treatment

1-3 Hours

Hospitalization

1 Day

Regeneration

2 Days

Costs

From £ 1420

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