Gynecomastia is a common condition, which causes excess development of tissue in male breasts. Now more than ever, people are taking advantage of advanced new techniques to treat this potentially embarrassing condition. We have gone beyond the traditional liposculpture and added the Minimally Invasive Lipomatic Vibroliposuction System. This allows us to remove the fat in a much less traumatic fashion and at the same time resulting in significantly tightened skin. Doctor B performs the operation in 20 minutes, which patients are given a local or twilight anesthesia on an outpatient basis.
No incision required (No scars)
Back to normal activities after the procedure
Less bleeding during surgery
No sagging of skin as procedure itself causes skin contraction
What is Gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia is an anomaly observed in men who suffer from excess growth in the breast tissue or asymmetrical breast engorgement. Observed in many male patients who do not have a weight problem, Gynecomastia causes many men to differentiate aesthetically, lose self-confidence and have a ruined social life as a result of psychological problems. Doctor B recommends gynecomastia operation for men who have extremely grown and enlarged breast tissue to surgically correct them. Gynecomastia is a very simple operation. Previously carried out by cutting the fat tissues, this operation is now easily performed by using Liposculpture method. Doctor B’s method is performed by dissolving the fat tissue with a special device and removing it through a small opening, without any incision. After this scarless and quick operation, patients can immediately return to their daily lives.
Who can get Gynecomastia?
If excess fat tissue and excess glandular tissue develop in your breasts, you can get Gynecomastia operation. Even though the patients who have not yet completed puberty, may have the risk of developing the same problems again, there is no harm in getting the operation whenever they want. But generally, we suggest you to wait until you’re 18 years old. The hormonal fluctuations that occur with puberty become regular by itself within a few years and the growth of the breast may stop likewise.
Examination of Gynecomastia
During Gynecomastia examination, Doctor B checks your breasts and plans the operation. On physical examination, he examines the existing breast tissue. The size and texture of the tissue developing in the breast are examined carefully. It is examined whether there is any nipple discharge or other symptoms. The size of fat is checked and it is examined whether the existing fat is a nodular structure. He gives you detailed instructions. He reminds you to prefer comfortable and buttoned clothes when you are coming to the operation instead of tight ones, which squeeze your breast area. Your photographs are taken for medical archive and your breast area is measured.
Application of Gynecomastia
The operation begins after applying the preferred anesthesia type. Thanks to modern technology, Doctor B performs a much more comfortable operation through micro openings instead of cutting the fat tissue in the area as it was performed in the former operations. In the former applications, it was taking very long time for the patients to return their social lives and the structure, veins and cells of the breast tissue were sometimes damaged. Doctor B’s incisonless gynecomastia operation is performed by removing the fat tissue through micro entries under local anesthesia. The operation is performed practically without damaging the existing structure and interior features of the breasts. This technique dissolves the fat tissue and removes it through micro openings and it does not in any way harm nerves or veins in the area. Thus, complications like swelling and bruising observed in classic gynecomastia surgeries are no longer experienced and patients can immediately return to their social lives.
Gynecomastia is an extremely simple operation that allows immediate recovery. This technique performed by Doctor B provides a short and comfortable recovery period. The recovery time of the first incision is observed within 1 week. Swelling dissipates one week after surgery. In the meantime, patients can go back to their business and daily life.