Surgical methods in enlarged male breasts
Gynecomastia is the term that means enlarged male breasts. The increase in mammary glands in males does not give the shape of a form as in women, but rather rather sagging. The causes of mammary gland growth may be varied. In some boys, hormonal changes in puberty also lead to breast enlargement / physiological gynecomastia that resolves.
The cause of gynecomastia may be inherited, but may also be provoked by eating habits. With food of animal origin in the body can be attributed hormones that provoke the emergence of gynecomastia.
Another reason for the development of gynecomastia could be the use of steroids. Often this breast enlargement occurs in men who are actively engaged in bodybuilding and uncontrolled use of anabolic agents. This is a case where excessive body care can lead to a side effect, namely gynecomastia.
Whatever the cause of breasts similar to females in men, the problem can be solved by surgically removing adipose tissue, glandular tissue as well as skin removal to obtain a pleasantly carved shape of well-contoured male breasts that women love to bow down their heads.
The operation of men with gynecomastia is appropriate for every age, but as with female breasts, it is good for boys to wait for the full process of sexual regurgitation. Because they will not give birth and nursing, it is advisable to do the surgery while you are young, in good physical and mental health, with elastic and tight skin.
It is advisable to have a mammogram or ultrasound to see what the overall condition of the breast is and to choose the most appropriate technique for the surgical treatment of gynecomastia.
In overweight people, when the cause of gynecomastia is mainly due to excess fat, the correction can only be done by liposuction. If the patient has both enlarged mammary glands and accumulated fat, the surgery can combine liposuction with surgical intervention to remove excess tissue and sculpture the chest.
The type of gynaecomastia correction surgery is determined during a consultation with your chosen surgeon.