Breast reduction surgery is not only for women. Some men will develop excess tissue and fat in their chest during puberty and later on in life will desire to have this removed. Dr. Clinton Webster, an Oklahoma City plastic surgeon, offers gynecomastia treatment for men and can restore their chest to a normal, masculine appearance. During this treatment, liposuction is often used, and in some patients, skin tightening and nipple repositioning may be necessary for extreme cases. Male breast reduction surgery offers men the opportunity to improve the look of their chest. Men who are overweight are encouraged to lose weight prior to undergoing this surgery.
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"I went for some problem areas on my face and I just wanted to say from the moment I walked in they were so welcoming. The front desk ladies were so sweet. My consultation went so smooth with Ms rebel and Dr Webster. Rebel is amazing she is so personable and easy to talk to. She made me feel so comfortable. My skin is smooth Now! Btw I had a full face c02 laser. Thank you so much to the whole stay of Oklahoma plastic surgeons. I traveled 3 hours to this office and I have not 1 disappointment."- N.P. / Google / Feb 05, 2020
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Breast reduction surgery for men is done through a special liposuction technique. Some men with milder cases of gynecomastia may only require liposuction to attain good results. This is performed to remove the fatty tissue residing under the skin. During this approach, a small incision is made around the areola (intra-areolar). This allows access for a suction device to move through the chest and remove fat and tissue. In severe gynecomastia cases, an en bloc resection of excessive breast tissue and tightening of loose skin may be necessary. This includes nipple grafting and may require a staged surgery.
All male breast reduction procedures are performed under general anesthesia as an outpatient procedure at an accredited surgical facility. The surgery typically lasts about an hour. Following surgery, there will be some swelling,ll not. and a compression garment should be worn for 1-2 weeks. Most patients are able to resume normal work schedules within a few days, and incorporate exercise within 4 weeks. This surgery allows men to feel more confident when exposing their chest due to a firmer, flatter chest. In most cases, scarring is inconspicuous.
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Male Breast Reduction FAQs
Will This Help my Pecs?
Every man is born with some soft tissue covering his pectoralis muscles. When this breast tissue overgrows into larger breasts, the pecs are often hidden. Through male breast reduction surgery, the excessive tissue is removed so the natural contour and shape of the chest wall can be seen. Men who wish to tone and strengthen their chest muscles will have equal opportunity to do so. Strength training will help lead to optimal results once this tissue has been removed.
Is Liposuction Always Needed?
In most cases, yes. The soft tissue and fat that collects in excess will need to be removed using liposuction. There are many liposuction techniques to consider. Some are less invasive and can help the skin become tighter on the chest wall. These methods can be discussed during your consultation.
What About Scarring?
Incisions for this surgery are well concealed. They are usually placed around or near the areola and are typically small enough that scarring is minimized. Over time, the incision lines will fade and become almost nonexistent for most men.