What is a Gynecomastia?

A common condition among men of all ages is Gynecomastia, or enlarged and overdeveloped breasts. Every male has some amount of breast tissue in their body but for males who have excess that's bothersome to their confidence or appearance can be removed using surgical techniques such as liposuction which may also entail removing certain areas on the chest region.

Who is a Gynecomastia Candidate?

A young, healthy man with a history of being overweight might have overdeveloped breast tissue. He must also be in excellent physical health and mentally sound for this procedure to work best on him personally
A consultation can help determine what personal attributes should factor into whether you choose Dr. Chmielewski as your surgeon: Are skin quality or lifestyle choices important factors? What would make someone want more cosmetic surgery after having already gone through puberty at an early age (such as developing larger breasts)?

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Gynecomastia Surgery Pre-Op and Post-Op

How do I prepare for my Gynecomastia?

Your surgeon will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery. This includes guidelines about eating and drinking, as well as not smoking four weeks before the procedure or six weeks after it's over with if possible so that they can avoid complications due from infection caused by cigarettes smoke inhalation during operations like yours.

What happens during a Gynecomastia?

A surgery to remove fat from the breast is not only possible, but it can be done in an effective manner by Dr. Chmielewski. This specialist will use either liposuction or excision techniques –or both-to achieve desired results for you! Incisions may be made near your nipple area if needed as well on Armpit regions during procedure completion; all scars created with this type of aesthetic plastic surgery are hidden away so that there won't even seem like anything was done at all after patients leave recovery room.

What is the Gynecomastia Recovery Process?

It's common for breast surgery patients to experience some bruising, swelling and discomfort. Some may require a compression garment which will help alleviate unnecessary stress on treated areas during recovery time with no impact in movement or exercise habits necessary until six weeks after the operation.

What are the Risks of a Gynecomastia?

Post-operative complications such as infection and blood clots are rare, but can occur. Poor healing which results in conspicuous scars may necessitate a second operation to make sure that all of the necessary tissue was removed during liposuction surgery (Smokers should stop smoking because it increases your risk for this type complication).