Gynecomastia, commonly known as Male Chest Reduction, affects 10% to 30% of males in the UK. It happens due to the enlarged glands or excess fat around the chest area, caused by hormonal imbalance. It can also be triggered by excessive use of drugs, for instance, anabolic steroids.
Cosmetic Surgery Manchester is here to offer you Gynecomastia Surgery to reduce the man-boobs, or simply called Moobs, which is carried under local anaesthesia. Our industry-leading team of aesthetics use the very best techniques and products to contour the body.
Gynecomastia Surgery – The Steps of Surgical Procedures
The surgery typically takes up to two hours and 1 to 2 night’s stay in the hospital.
Our gynecomastia surgery consists of the following steps:
Gland Excision: it is performed to remove enlarged glandular tissue from the chest.
VASER Liposuction: it helps in removing excess fat to restore the natural image of the chest.
Skin Excision: it is designed to remove excess skin around the chest.
BodyTite: it is a final step performed to tighten the skin.
Each surgery procedure at our centre is different depending on the requirements. We use various techniques to cater our patients with utmost care.
Some results are visible right after the surgery; however, it takes 2 to 3 weeks for prominent outcomes. Our surgeons ensure that the scars occurred due to the surgery are well hidden in the nipple’s areas.
Moreover, at Cosmetic Surgery Manchester, you are advised to work within a week if it doesn’t involve any strenuous activity. Yet, a patient must wear a compression garment for a month or two, resulting in a quick and safe healing process. To note, avoid exposing the scarred areas to the sun for at least six months.
Why Choose Us For Gynecomastia Surgery?
Our Male Chest Reduction cosmetic surgeons are qualified to offer you the optimum experience. We work with the safest standards ensuring our patients get exceptional service. At our clinic, we are committed to providing our patients with transparent information and advice at all times for no extra cost.
In a few cases where the cause is unknown, we recommend you to see our General Physician first to rule out any other treatable cause. If you want to book our consultation for free, visit our clinic or website.