Male chest reduction also called as gynaecomastia, is a medical procedure that reduces the size of men’s breasts, who have developed excess breast tissue throughout either puberty years, the aging process, or fluctuations in weight gain.
Gynaecomastia – commonly referred to as ‘man boobs’ – can affect men’s self-esteem, as the chest area looks saggy and visually less attractive. Removing the surplus weight and refining the contour of the chest can be a refreshing look for men at any age.
The operation is performed with an incision within the perimeter of the nipple. That is; under normal conditions, no visible scar is left once the healing is over. No pain is expected at the end of the operation as I employ intercostal block during the operation. It is possible to get back to work usually in 1-3 days. It will be necessary to wear breast corset, which cannot be seen through clothes, for about 3 weeks.
Male chest reduction (gynecomastia) is a surgery that requires a lot of care and experience. Decision of sucking from the surface and deep in the body, how much liposuction from which patient to be done are decisions that need to be made with caution.
You have a dedicated team of patient advisors, nurses, and your surgeon to support you throughout the entire journey, and after it. However, Rhinoplasty is a surgery that demands you to take several steps to help ensure that your treatment goes as smoothly as possible. Avoiding some points can help you recover faster, and also minimize the risk of complications.
You must share all the pertinent details to your surgeon, with regards to any pre-existing or present medications you have been prescribed.
Smoking must be avoided at all costs, due to its link to post-surgery risks and complications. In addition to regular cigarettes, you must also not inhale electronic cigarettes or any other type of tobacco products.
You must refrain from all herbal products such as teas and supplementation.
Blood thinners should no longer be taken. These include aspirin, ecoprin and coumadin.
If you need to take painkillers – that don’t include paracetamol – then you must inform your surgeon. Painkillers containing paracetamol are permitted to use.
No eating or drinking is permitted within the final eight hours before surgery.
Please wash yourself thoroughly prior to surgery, either by showering on the morning of the surgery, or the previous night.
You must not wear any jewelry, makeup or contact lenses.
We advise wearing clothes you feel appropriately comfortable in for the duration of the day. Preferably, dress shirt with buttons would aid surgeons, although not essential.
Your Gynecomastia will be carried out with the utmost care by your surgeon and you can be sure that the same standard of care will continue during the regular post operative checks to ensure a smooth recovery.
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