For a man, extra breast growth can make him feel cautious and concerning as it can impede his manly looks. Gynecomastia, also known as male breast reduction surgery, helps reduce breast size in men while flattening and improving masculine chest contours.
Gynecomastia is a condition where the breast glands and tissues in men overgrow or are overdeveloped, affecting either one or both breasts. Gynecomastia can cause emotional and social problems, and many men lose self-confidence. Internally, the gynecomastia condition involves.
Excess of localised fat tissues
Increased glandular tissues
Increased breast skin
Gynecomastia correction surgery is scientifically called reduction mammoplasty. It is performed by a plastic surgeon, where the excess fat, glandular, and breast skin is removed to give a flat, firm, masculine chest. An ideal candidate for breast reduction surgery must fit the following criteria.
Men with gynecomastia (in one or both the breasts),
Physically fit and healthy men,
Men with realistic expectations,
Men who are primarily non-smokers,
Young men with elastic, collagen-rich skin texture.
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Step By Step Procedure of Gynecomastia surgery in Gurgaon
If you are looking for gynecomastia surgery in Gurgaon or elsewhere, you must remember that you will primarily have a detailed consultation with your doctor with medical history evaluation, general diagnostic tests, and breast examination.
Once ready for the surgery, general or local anaesthesia is administered before the surgery begins. During the surgery, the cosmetic surgeon will take you through the following procedures.
The initial incision in certain locations. In the case of fat deposit removal, small incisions are enough to conduct liposuction. While for glandular tissue removal, larger incisions are required that are done along the natural creases created.
The incisions help eliminate the extra fat and skin tissues, either by liposuction or normal excision techniques.
Once the surgery is completed, the incisions are sutured, and temporary drain pipes may or may not be placed under the skin to collect fluid discharge (depending upon the grade of your Gynaecomastia ).
After the closure of incisions, the patient is observed for a few hours.
The dressing and sutures will be removed once the wounds have healed completely.
Though it is an outpatient procedure, the gynecomastia surgery may sometimes require a day’s hospitalisation, especially in cases of severe gynecomastia condition.
The surgeon will recommend two to three days of bed rest post-surgery for better healing. The complete recovery from gynecomastia depends on the individuals condition, and can take 1- 2 weeks. You will need to follow proper post-surgery care that can help in a good and quick recovery.
Possible Risks & Complications
Although gynecomastia surgeries are minimally invasive, they are safe and excellent procedures that tone the chest and enhance masculine chest contours. However, like any other surgical procedure, gynecomastia surgery also involves potential risks and complications associated with it. Some of them include:
Adverse anaesthesia effects or reactions,
Bleeding or hematoma,
Chest contours and shape irregularities,
Temporary loss of breast and nipples sensation,
Changes in the nipple,
Deep vein thrombosis, heart or lung complications,
Accumulation of fluids in the breasts or seroma,
Possible damage to nerves, blood vessels, muscles or lungs,
Improper healing of wounds,
Requirement of repeated surgery,
Adverse reactions to suture materials etc.
Why Choose Dr. Ritesh Anand?
If you are looking for ideal gynecomastia surgery in Gurgaon, you must visit Dr. Ritesh Anand. Dr Ritesh is a renowned cosmetic and plastic surgeon in gurgaon. He has immense knowledge and experience in various cosmetic and plastic surgeries.
He treats every aspect of the condition personally to devise the best treatment plan in accordance with the patient’s condition. His in-depth expertise and mastery over his subjects have helped him gain popularity as the best cosmetic surgeon in Delhi & NCR region.