Gynecomastia Procedure for Male Breast Reduction

Many men that come to our clinic complain about being too self-conscious when wearing tight shirts, in the locker room, at the gym, or in the swimming pool. Hormonal changes at puberty, anabolic and bodybuilding steroids, and significant weight gain can cause gynecomastia. Irrespective of the cause, a male breast reduction surgery procedure can make a significant difference in your social life. You can find out more about this procedure below.
Male breast reduction surgeries are among the fastest growing procedures. Since 2010, male breast surgeries have grown by 36% as the stigma around plastic surgery keeps reducing. Approximately 50% of men have lived with enlarged breasts at some point in their lives. Young men can experience enlarged breast tissue at puberty, which goes away after a few years or can last until adulthood. Gynecomastia can also develop after middle age peaks and testosterone levels begin to slow down.
How Male Breast Reduction Takes Place
Specific training and skills are critical in conducting the procedure of male breast reduction. The approach of treatment is determined after a consultation that determines the cause of male breast development. Gynecomastia surgery is done to remove the glandular breast tissue that can swell due to hormonal imbalance. Dr. Chernoff uses ultrasound-assisted liposuction.
Why You Should Consider This Procedure
More men are realizing that they are not alone and have the option of not living with gynecomastia. Improved techniques have made the procedure less invasive with reduced downtime. The financing options available for cosmetic surgery has also made it more affordable for more men.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Chernoff and you won’t have to always keep your shirt on. We are conveniently located in Indianapolis, IN and Santa Rosa, CA. Our professionals have the experience and ability to restore your desired masculine chest wall. We customize the male breast reduction procedure according to the particular needs of each patient. Contact us today to schedule your consultation!

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