What is Gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia means an increase in the size of the mammary gland in men and may be due to the growth of glandular tissue, fat tissue, or both.
The main goal of the surgical gynecomastia correction is to reduce the size of one or both breasts and achieve a more aesthetic appearance of the male chest. The main challenge of this procedure will be to obtain the best result with the least possible scar.
Gynecomastia Correction Techniques
- Simple excision: Indicated in cases of glandular hypertrophy.
- Liposuction: Indicated in cases with a predominance of fat tissue.
- Excision plus liposuction: Indicated in cases where gynecomastia is due to both glandular hypertrophy and increased fat tissue.
- Excision plus skin resection: Indicated in cases with excess skin, in which it may be necessary to reposition the areola-nipple complex
Average length: 1-2 hours
Most common anesthesia: Regional + sedation
Type of hospitalization: One night in hospital
Average recovery time: 1-2 weeks
In order to choose the most suitable surgical technique for the patient, it will be necessary to make an evaluation appointment with Dr. Flores Valdivia to prepare a medical record and a personalized treatment plan.