Step By Step Guide to Gynecomastia Surgery
When we discuss plastic surgery, for the most part procedures designed for women and women’s needs will often come to mind. However, in recent years we have seen a lot more of an interest in plastic surgery from men and more and more procedures than ever before have been geared towards catering to males and providing results that are in line with the male aesthetic. According to Dr. Richard Swift, considered to be the best plastic surgeon Munsey Park has to offer, when it comes to plastic surgery we have also seen a number of procedures that aren’t just offering a male variation, but are completely designed for men’s needs. When discussing procedures for body contouring Munsey Park patients, specifically men suffering gynecomastia are treated using a specialized gynecomastia surgery technique. As we have mentioned in previous articles, according to Dr. Swift, the best plastic surgeon Old Westbury has to offer, gynecomastia is a condition in which men experience excess glandular breast tissue, as a result of a hormone imbalance and excess estrogen over testosterone. And when it comes to surgery for gynecomastia Old Westbury experts like Dr. Swift seem to be performing more and more procedures each year, and while some might believe this is due to an increase in gynecomastia issues, others believe it is a result of additional education on the subject as a whole and further knowledge on the procedure. Despite more and more patients learning about this technique, when it comes to the procedure itself many patients are still left in the dark, therefore in this article, Dr. Swift, the best surgeon for body contouring Old Westbury has to offer, will go over the entire process step by step.
Like any other form of plastic surgery and specifically body contouring Munsey Park surgeon Dr. Swift will want to schedule a pre-op consultation where the patients will be examined and depending on their health, and the examination it will be determined whether or not they are a viable candidate for treatment or not. Dr Swift will examine the tissue around the breast area to ensure that it is actually gynecomastia Old Westbury patients may often confuse the condition with pseudogynecomastia – an issue where it may simply appear as though its gyno but can be caused by excess weigh gain in a short period of time. Dr. Swift, will go over their medical history and ensure they are fit for surgery and the procedure can be scheduled as long as they are judged to need it and are a good candidate.
Like other forms of body contouring Old Westbury surgeon Dr. Swift will begin by administering some form of anesthesia. Surgeons will often have the option of intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. Your surgeon will recommend the best option for you.
In some cases of gynecomastia, as we mentioned, the patient may also experience the presence of excess unwanted fatty tissue in the area as well. And while this isn’t technically a direct symptoms of gynecomastia Old Westbury experts will often add it as it helps to better contour the chest area for the procedure. An expert in this method of body contouring Munsey Park physicians like Dr. Swift, the best plastic surgeon Munsey Park has to offer, will use the insertion of a cannula, a thin hollow tube using a tiny incision in the area of treatment. The cannula is moved back and forth in a controlled motion to loosen the excess fat, which is then removed from the body by vacuum suction. Depending on your specific case the liposuction procedure will be done slightly differently, or may not be done at all for those who do not have fatty tissue accumulating.
As we explained above, generally excision is the main method of surgery in the treatment of Gynecomastia Old Westbury experts like Dr. Swift, the best plastic surgeon Old Westbury has to offer, will use – and the lipo is only an addition for those who need it. Excision techniques are recommended where glandular breast tissue or excess skin must be removed to correct gynecomastia. Excision also is necessary if the areola will be reduced or the nipple will be repositioned to a more natural male contour. Incision patterns vary depending on the specific conditions and surgical preference. Again, the procedure will generally always need this, but may or may not need gynecomastia.
The patient is then in for a recovery period in which they will have to heal up and listen to the advisement of their surgeon. For more information on all there is to know about gynecomastia surgery, be sure to contact Dr. Richard Swift today.