Gynaecomastea is the over development of the male breast. There are numerous reasons for the development of male breasts but reasons aside, in my practice I have encountered men that often feel self-conscious and withdrawn due to the condition.
Gynaecomastea can affect boys and men of all ages
Gynaecomastea can affect boys and men of all ages but we perform the removal of male breast surgery only on adolescent and adult males. It is important to have your Gynaecomastea evaluated as there may be some overloooked medical conditions that may cause its development:
Gynaecomastea surgery is the removal of male breasts. In some cases liposuction to the male breast is required, but in most cases full breast tissue excision is needed.
The scars are hidden in the natural contours.
Post Gynaecomastea surgery you can expect some swelling, bruising and pain in the area for a few days. Dr Chris Snijman will prescribe oral pain medication to keep you comfortable.
You will be able to see results after the swelling subsides. In my practice I have found that the final result will be visible at approximately four months*.
In most cases Gynaecomastea surgery is done as a stand-alone surgery.
Undergoing your Gynaecomastea surgery with Dr Chris Snijman is as simple as making an appointment. Call his Morningside rooms now on 011 884 9957.
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