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Understanding Gynecomastia:

Gynecomastia is a common condition characterized by the enlargement of breast tissue in males. While it often resolves on its own, persistent gynecomastia can cause embarrassment, discomfort, and self-consciousness. Gynecomastia correction, also known as male breast reduction, is a surgical procedure designed to reduce the size of enlarged male breasts and create a more masculine chest contour.

Indications for Gynecomastia Correction:

Gynecomastia correction may be recommended for individuals who:

  • Experience excessive enlargement of breast tissue that persists over time.
  • Feel self-conscious or embarrassed about the appearance of their chest.
  • Have tried non-surgical treatments such as medication or lifestyle changes without success.
  • Desire a more masculine chest contour and improved self-confidence.


The Surgical Procedure:

At Neo TrueNorth, gynecomastia correction procedures are performed by our skilled plastic surgeons with a focus on achieving natural-looking and symmetrical results:

  • Consultation: Patients undergo a thorough consultation with our plastic surgeon to discuss their concerns, goals, and medical history.
  • Anesthesia: Gynecomastia correction may be performed under local anesthesia with sedation or general anesthesia, depending on the extent of the procedure and patient preference.
  • Incision: Incisions are made in inconspicuous locations, such as around the edge of the areola or in the natural creases of the chest, to minimize visible scarring.
  • Tissue Removal: Excess breast tissue, fat, and skin are carefully excised or removed using liposuction techniques to achieve a flatter, more contoured chest appearance.
  • Sculpting: The plastic surgeon sculpts the remaining tissue to create a masculine chest contour that is proportionate to the patient’s body frame.
  • Closure: Once the desired contour is achieved, the incisions are closed with sutures, and a compression garment may be applied to minimize swelling and support the healing process.


Postoperative Care:

Following gynecomastia correction surgery, patients receive comprehensive postoperative care instructions:

  • Compression Garment: Patients are instructed to wear a compression garment continuously for several weeks to reduce swelling, minimize bruising, and support the chest tissues as they heal.
  • Pain Management: Pain medication may be prescribed to manage postoperative discomfort.
  • Activity Restrictions: Patients are advised to avoid strenuous activities and heavy lifting for a certain period to facilitate healing and prevent complications.
  • Follow-Up: Regular follow-up appointments are scheduled to monitor healing progress, assess results, and address any concerns or complications.


Why Choose Neo TrueNorth for Your Gynecomastia Correction:

  • Expertise: Our board-certified plastic surgeons specialize in gynecomastia correction procedures, providing expert care and personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique goals and anatomy.
  • Safety: We prioritize patient safety and adhere to strict surgical protocols to minimize risks and complications associated with gynecomastia correction.
  • Natural-Looking Results: We strive to achieve natural-looking and symmetrical results that enhance the patient’s chest contour while maintaining masculinity and proportion.
  • Patient-Centered Care: We understand the sensitive nature of gynecomastia and the impact it can have on self-esteem and confidence, providing compassionate care, support, and guidance throughout the treatment journey.


At Neo TrueNorth, we are committed to helping you achieve a more masculine and confident chest contour with safe, effective, and personalized gynecomastia correction services. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how gynecomastia correction can enhance your appearance and quality of life.

Meet Our Experts

Dr Kiran Petkar

Plastic Surgeon, Cosmetologist

Dr Keertana Devasani

General Surgery, MCh - Plastic Surgery Plastic Surgeon, Burn Surgeon, Diabetic Foot Surgeon, Cosmetologist