Gynecomastia Surgery

Fat deposition in male breast, and/or increased breast tissue in men, is called gynecomastia.

WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS SURGERY?

It is performed on people who have completed their adolescence, and who have had this condition for at least 1 year. It is helpful to perform hormonal examinations in advance. In this way, first the underlying cause (if any) such as hormonal disorder and drug use is corrected, and then the surgical operation is performed. Consequently, its recurrence is prevented.

IS THERE A NON-SURGICAL CURE?

No. Surgery is the only way to treat this condition.

TO WHAT EXTENT WILL THE SURGERY PROVIDE IMPROVEMENT?

Young people with gynecomastia are quite obsessed in this regard, and this can lead to serious psychological problems. The surgical procedure has a higher success rate, and provides a satisfaction rate of almost 100%.

WHAT ARE THE RISKS?

Despite being rare, there is a risk of hematoma (accumulation of blood under the skin) in the early postoperative period. People at risk are especially those who have too much breast tissue and need tissue removal.

In the long term, problems such as flattening of the nipple and asymmetry may arise. However, these risks can be reduced to almost zero, with proper techniques.

HOW A PROCEDURE WILL BE PERFORMED?

If fat deposition is only in the breasts, your excess fat deposits will be vacuumed out with liposuction through 3 mm holes to be opened in the inframammary fold, and then your operation will be completed. If you have excess breast tissue (this is ascertained by examination), it is removed through a 1 cm incision made under the nipple, and then the operation is completed. Sometimes the combination of these two procedures is needed.

WHEN WILL I BE ABLE TO RETURN TO WORK?

We can classify this as a minor surgical procedure. I usually discharge my patients the same day, and call them for control in the 3rd day. After that day, they can get back to their work and social life.

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