Gynecomastia New Jersey
Who is a Good Candidate for Gynecomastia Surgery?
Gynecomastia surgery, also known as male breast reduction, is an ideal solution for men who have developed excess breast tissue due to various factors such as hormonal imbalance, weight gain, genetics, or side effects from certain medications. Before opting for surgery, it’s essential to ensure that the condition cannot be effectively treated through other means, such as weight loss. Most male patients prefer natural, conservative results that do not make them appear feminized or operated upon. Many male patients also express privacy concerns. Rest assured that we provide a high level of anonymity and a fast-track recovery program for accelerated re-entry into their workplace.
Learn about gynecomastia surgery for men
The ideal male body shape is considered to be trim and athletic-looking, with broad shoulders and chest, a flat abdomen, and a narrow hip-thigh area. However, as men age, areas of fat tend to accumulate around the abdomen, the flanks (“love handles”), the breast area (a condition called gynecomastia), and along the chin and neck.
What Procedures Can I Combine with Gynecomastia Surgery?
In addition to gynecomastia surgery, patients may choose to combine other body contouring procedures to achieve their desired results. For example, liposuction in areas such as the abdomen, flanks, or back can further enhance the chest contour. Additionally, abdominal etching—a specialized form of liposuction—can define abdominal muscles for a sculpted appearance. For patients who have experienced significant weight loss, a tummy tuck may be recommended to address loose skin and residual fat in the abdominal area.