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Considerations before opting for Gynecomastia Surgery

July 1, 2017

Considerations before opting for  Gynecomastia Surgery 

Gynecomastia surgery

are very important to know about. Gynecomastia is the medical terms for ‘women like breasts’. Male breast reduction surgery eliminates fatty or glandular tissue from the chest area, which improves the shape and contour of the chest by making it flatter and firmer. Male breast reduction surgery or gynecomastia is most commonly seen 1 in 4 men. Nowadays men are opting for plastic surgery to make themselves comfortable and confident about their appearance. But it is very important to know about the Considerations before opting for Gynecomastia Surgery.

What are the Considerations before opting for  Gynecomastia Surgery?

Gynecomastia male breast reduction surgery

May 6, 2017

Some men develop puffy nipples and enlarged breasts this condition is known as gynecomastia. Gynecomastia generally occurs in puberty due to hormone imbalance, testosterone and high estrogen levels can lead to the growth of glandular breast tissue. Sometimes, it is little embarrassing and many men avoid to discuss about this condition; many questions of gynecomastia can direct you to misunderstanding and myths about gynecomastia surgery. Let’s debunk some misconceptions and myths and know the truth about gynecomastia.

5 Myths about Male Breast Reduction Surgery

Once the breast tissue develops in men, there are less chances to become normal. So, many men opt for gynecomastia treatment in their early 20’s. The diet and exercise will not help you to get rid of increased breast, but it becomes worse as the muscle tones and excess fat is shed. A small myth can lead to terrible consequences. Unluckily, the market has long lists of wrong information which will make you ignorant and challenge your safety. Here 5 common myths and misconceptions that you might have encounter let’s bust the truth.

Myth #1: Gynecomastia surgery is painful and the recovery is long

The pain generally depends on the extent of surgery; it can vary from least to moderate,

October 21, 2016

Cosmetic surgery helps in improving your aesthetic appearance. Cosmetic surgery is a type of plastic surgery. Cosmetic surgery is a new technique of sculpturing and shaping individual body parts that enhances your beauty and looks.

Types of Cosmetic surgeries

Cosmetic surgeries are of different types based on the body part where it is done. Different types of cosmetic surgeries include:

  1. Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty is also called as Tummy tuck procedure in which the abdomen is reshaped surgically. The excess skin and fat is removed during this surgical procedure to reshape your abdomen.  The abdominal muscles and fascia are tightened with abdominoplasty. Tummy tuck surgery is preferred post pregnancy to reduce sagging skin and improve the appearance of stretch marks.

  1. Blepheroplasty

Blepheroplasty is also called as eyelid surgery, where eyelids are reshaped. Reshaping can be done to both upper and lower eyelid by removing the excess tissues. Reshaping of eyelids involves the surrounding muscles and tendons reinforcement. Blepheroplasty can improve your vision by treating your drooping eyelids.

  1. Mammoplasty

Mammoplasty is a collective term used for breast red

October 19, 2016

Gynecomastia is a condition in males where the breasts are enlarged in size giving an unpleasant look.  Gynecomastia is triggered by the decrease in the amount of the hormone testosterone compared with estrogen in men. Estrogen hormone is responsible for enlarged breasts in both men and women. Estrogen is a female hormone which men also have. Testosterone and estrogens play an important in maintenance of sex characteristics in both men and women. Gynecomastia is observed in three stages of man’s life:

  1. Gynecomastia in infants

Male infants are generally born with enlarged breasts due to the effect of the mother’s estrogen. Usually the swollen breast tissue goes away in 2-3 weeks after birth.

  1. Gynecomastia during puberty

During puberty gynecomastia is common. The swollen breast tissue will go away in a period of 6 months – 2 years in most of the cases.

  1. Gynecomastia in men

The chances of gynecomastia are more in age group between 50-80 yrs of age. Generally 1 in four men in this age group are affected with gynecomastia.

Causes of Gynecomastia

70% of gynecomastia cases are observed during puberty. Gynecomastia is caused due to the natura

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