Gynecomastia is a condition of over-developed or enlarged breasts in men that can occur at any age. The condition can be the result of hormonal changes, heredity, obesity, or the use of certain drugs.
An overdeveloped or enlarged chest can be the result of losing weight or ageing. This can cause either extra tissue around the nipples or create prominent male breasts.
Male chest reduction surgery can remove this excess fat and sagging skin to give you a body you feel more confident about.
Gynecomastia can cause emotional discomfort and impair your self confidence. Some men may even avoid certain physical activities and intimacy simply to hide their condition.
All male chest removal surgery is performed by our experienced surgeons and under anesthesia.
However, as with any surgical procedure there is a rare risk of complications. We’ll explain these clearly before you book your male chest reduction surgery, and you’ll find full details in our gynecomastia surgery patient guide which your patient care co-ordinator will give you at your first appointment.
You’ll feel sore or uncomfortable for several days after male chest reduction surgery. Don’t worry though as we will prescribe you some pain killers. In some cases, pain may persist for some weeks after surgery. It’s extremely rare though for patients to experience extreme pain.
We’ll give you clear, practical instructions on how to look after your chest area and a patient helpline number to call if you’ve any worries. We’ll also ask you to make one or more follow-up appointments to monitor the progress of your recovery.
At our clinic, we take great care to ensure our patients are well informed at every stage of their procedure beyond the idea of just having a gynecomastia.
You can discuss every aspect of your gynecomastia with one of our surgeons absolutely free of charge and with no obligation to go ahead. An expert member of our team can contact you to help you with your enquiry. We will also send you a brochure on your selected area of interest.
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