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What Is Achieved Through Male Breast Reduction?
Treats Glandular Tissue

Treats Glandular Tissue

Gynecomastia is a medical condition that can affect men of any age. Gynecomastia is the development of glandular breast tissue in men and often occurs due to an imbalance of hormones. Gynecomastia in pubescent boys is likely to resolve itself. However, it can be permanent when present in older men. Male breast reduction targets and removes this glandular tissue, restoring a more manly chest contour.
Removes Excess Fat

Removes Excess Fat

Gynecomastia patients or those with pseudogynecomastia may find that excess fat accumulation around the nipple-areola complexes is the cause of their feminine breast appearance. Fatty tissue accumulation can create puffy-looking areolas or female-like breasts that are soft. Pseudogynecomastia often occurs in patients who are or have been overweight and may also be present in some people who abuse alcohol and marijuana.
Enhance Confidence

Enhance Confidence

Developing a feminine breast appearance can have a significant impact on how comfortable you are with your body. You may stop engaging in the activities you love because you are self-conscious about the appearance of your body. Enhancing the definition of your chest and creating a more pleasing contour can help you find satisfaction with your appearance and restore your confidence.
Male Breast Reduction Options
  1. Liposuction can be used to treat pseudogynecomastia or to eliminate fatty tissue in gynecomastia patients
  2. It is the ideal technique for recontouring the chest for a more masculine appearance
  3. Small incisions are placed in natural creases of the chest
  4. Gentle vacuum suction removes excess fat and allows Dr. Baker to sculpt the chest
Addressing Any Concerns You May Have

You will experience bruising, swelling, and redness around the chest. A compression garment should be worn in the weeks following your surgery to minimize swelling and to help you achieve the best results possible. You will need to rest for two to three days following your procedure. It is important to properly follow your postoperative care instructions, including taking prophylactic antibiotics to prevent infection. Most patients return to work within five days of their procedure and resume their regular physical activities within three to four weeks.

Frequently Asked Questions About Male Breast Reduction
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