- by Dr. Vivekanand N Bhat
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- Mar 20 2017
Male Breast Reduction Treatment / Gynecomastia Surgery
Male chest enlargement is a problem lot of men face and it is uncomfortable to them beyond a point. It becomes a stigma in young school boys who face a bit of ridicule in school and they do not get rid of this trauma as they get older. We get a lot of men who consult us for this problem. A lot of them are too shy to even show the affected part to me even though I happen to be a male doctor.
Male breast enlargement, additionally called Gynaecomastia is caused as a results of increase in glandular tissue of the breast, and can have an effect on around forty percent of males.
There are two types of chest enlargement in men
- The true glandular enlargement where in the breast look feminine, caused by hormonal imbalances.
- enlargement due to fat accumulation.
No non surgical treatments work on male chest enlargement as well as surgical.
The latest treatment option we follow at cosmetic studio is to burns the fat with Vaser Liposelection and remove the glands through a small incision around the areola, as the scar gets camouflage well, and we can avoid the big incisions seen previously in traditional excision of fat and glands which would leave scars on chest.
All these years we were treating the fatty enlargement with traditional liposuction, though the size would come down we would have clients who were bothered by glands being left behind and causing them discomfort ,hence this procedure is now done under general anesthesia only and it involves removal of both fat and glands which result in a flat chest.
However this treatment option is open only in men who have fat or glandular enlargement with out skin being too lax. If the skin is too lax as it happens in glandular enlargement of breast the excision will still have to be considered.
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