Gynecomastia Surgery, Male Breast Reduction Surgery
Gynecomastia can cause social embarrassment for men suffering with it. Many men feel uncomfortable wearing tight/fitted t-shirts or go swimming bare chested. This brings their self-confidence down. Many of the patients who visit Dr. Rajat Gupta, a board certified plastic surgeon at Skinnovation Clinics and highly experienced gynecomastia surgery, complain of the embarrassment and depression they feel due to this problem.
Here are Skinnovation Clinics, we perform Gynecomastia surgery or Male Breast Reduction surgery in Delhi.
What is Gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia is an enlargement of male breast, more commonly known as moobs. It is a well-known fact, that approximately 30-40% of male population suffers from Gynecomastia. It could be due to small abnormal variation in the breast gland development that takes place through adolescent years. Other reasons for the male breast development could be due to the use of certain medicines or drugs. It could also be a result of other systemic diseases.
You are a good candidate for Gynecomastia:
If you feel socially embarrassed to remove your shirt in public or go swimming If you feel uncomfortable wearing tight/fitted t-shirts If you want to improve the contours of your body, specifically around the chest area
What will be the scars like?
The scars in gynecomastia surgery depend on the magnitude of the problem. Dr. Rajat Gupta prefers to do incisions that are hidden well and are not visible while you start shirtless. The scars are usually smaller than 5mm, but may be slightly bigger in case of very sever problem. The incisions are usually camouflaged or hidden around the areola (dark skin around the nipple).
With Gynecomastia surgery, you can achieve beautiful contoured flat chest without any visible scars and regain your confidence to go shirtless.
Consult Dr. Rajat Gupta, Best gynecomastia Surgery & Cost of female breast reduction surgery in Delhi.
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