Gynecomastia Surgery in Dallas, TX
The appearance of overly large breasts is a common occurrence in a vast number of men. Known as gynecomastia (or colloquially as “man boobs”), this condition is often not easy to correct through diet and exercise alone and usually has a negative effect on a man’s self-confidence.
Fortunately, the condition of enlarged male breasts is effectively treated with gynecomastia surgery. At his Dallas practice, Dr. David Morales regularly performs male breast reduction for males of all ages.
What Are My Gynecomastia Surgery Options in Dallas, TX?
Pseudogynecomastia is a variation of the condition in which the excess is due to adipose tissue (fat) in the chest. Because of this, liposuction is appropriate and often sufficient enough to treat the excess.
Liposuction, also known as “lipoplasty,” permanently removes unwanted fat. Dr. Morales inserts a cannula (thin hollow tube) through small incisions, and a suction device permanently removes localized fat deposits to achieve a flatter and more attractive chest.
If excess skin and glandular tissue are also a problem, Dr. Morales makes an incision to remove excess skin, fat, and breast tissue. He then tightens the remaining tissue and contours the chest to achieve a firmer, more masculine physique. In some cases, Dr. Morales moves the areolas to a more attractive position.
In many cases of true gynecomastia, a combination of liposuction and surgical excision is used. This allows for the correction of excess fat, tissue, and skin (if necessary).
Do You Have Other Concerns About Gynecomastia Surgery?
- Wear bandages over the incisions
- Wear a compression garment around the chest to reduce swelling
- Take prescribed medication
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Good overall health physically and emotionally
- Finished with puberty (breasts are fully developed)
- Has fat or tissue that does not respond to diet and exercise
- Have realistic expectations about the results
- Hormonal factors
- Weight gain
- Loss of skin elasticity
- Drug use
- Steroid use