How To Know If Male Breast Reduction Is Right For You

If you are concerned about the presence of excess glandular or fatty tissue on your chest that creates feminine-looking breasts, you may want to consider male breast reduction surgery.

However, if an underlying medical problem is the cause of your condition, you should have that problem resolved before considering surgery. Men of any age can be bothered by this condition. Some choose to hide it or even gain weight to make the problem appear less obvious.

How Male Breast Reduction Surgery Is Performed

Incisions for male breast reduction are typically performed around the nipple where scars can blend in with the pigment of the skin. Liposuction is performed to remove the proper amount of fatty tissue that is present on the chest, and excess glandular tissue may also be excised, or removed.

After male breast reduction, it may take some time to realize your results as the swelling, bruising and tenderness subsides. Once these temporary effects resolve for the most part within the first few weeks of the male breast reduction recovery period, you should be able to start appreciating your flatter, more masculine chest. Your male breast reduction results will continue to improve over the next several months.

If You’re Interested In Male Breast Reduction

Call or email our Texas plastic surgery office to schedule a consultation and get additional information about male breast reduction. Our helpful staff is glad to answer your questions about male breast reduction costs, risks, benefits and more.

Dr. Setty is uniquely qualified to perform male breast reduction surgery because he is highly trained and experienced. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and regularly sees male breast reduction patients from McKinney and other nearby Texas communities such as Plano, Frisco, Allen, Dallas, and Sherman.

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