When male patients are experiencing gynecomastia – an excessive amount of tissue in the chest – the best course of action is often corrective male breast reduction.
The tissue composition of your male breasts will determine the types of techniques used during your male breast reduction surgery. Glandular breast tissue is typically removed using scalpel excision, whereas fatty tissue is suctioned out using liposuction surgery. When there is a combination of these two tissues, both techniques may be employed, depending on the ratio of one tissue type to the other.
A consultation at our office is the ideal way to learn more about the male breast reduction procedure. To schedule a consultation, contact the skilled and professional staff at Marietta Plastic Surgery today.