Male Breast Fat Removal
Gynecomastia Surgery Or Male Breast Reduction
The enlargement of male breasts also commonly referred to as gynecomastia, is the increase in the male breast gland tissue. This condition occurs as a result of imbalanced testosterone and oestrogen hormones in boys or men. It will be triggered if your oestrogen levels climb too high such that they fall out of balance with the levels of testosterone. Gynecomastia or male breast fat removal surgery often affects both breasts, but it could affect them unevenly or even affect only one of them.
While it can’t really be considered a severe problem, it leads to a less than ideal masculine body sculpture, with the chest area appearing feminine. Thus, generally, even though male breast fat removal surgery doesn’t actually affect men’s physical health, it leads to self-consciousness about the chest. Your best bet to getting back your chisel-shaped torso and masculine chest is undergoing male breast fat removal surgery in a specialized clinic.
Who are the Best Candidates for Breast Lift Surgery?
Preferably, any healthy man who has saggy skin around the breast area can safely undergo for breast lift surgery to get rid of the excessive fat on the chest area. Your skin, however, has to be elastic enough for your breasts to adjust appropriately after the male breast lift surgery in London.
On the other hand, we advise obese men to first start a weight-loss exercise regimen, under supervision by an expert physician. On top of that, if you are an excessive drinker of alcohol or you are a marijuana smoker, you’ll have to quit first. That’s because such substances, when combined with anabolic steroids, lead to increased layers of fat in male breasts. The solution for your gynecomastia could be as simple as quitting marijuana and excessive drinking.
How do we Perform the Gynecomastia surgery Procedure?
Typically, the procedure of gynecomastia surgery in London depends on the amount of fat that needs to be removed from your breasts.
Either way, it’s a process that will involve sedation and local anaesthesia, and it will take up to 2 hours at most.
In case there’s a small amount of fat, it could take a bit of liposuction using a cannula to get rid of the extra fat. If the breast to be reduced is much bigger with more fat, you will require an open procedure by the name gynecomastia reduction, where the area around the areola is cut open. Depending on the size of the breast, the surgeon will get rid of excessive skin as well, a procedure that will require more incisions.