Male Breast Reduction

Everyone is born with breast tissue, even men. For various reasons, men can develop small breasts and the breast can be made up of varying proportions of skin, fat and breast tissue depending on the individual and also the cause. Up to two thirds of males will develop gynaecomastia during their adolescent years, in most cases it will go away by itself following puberty. Surgical management of gynaecomastia can involve liposuction, excision of the breast tissue and overlying skin and also nipple repositioning. Your surgeon will help you understand what is causing the gynaecomastia and then discuss the options that are available to you. Non-surgical treatment via Coolsculpting may also be appropriate for removing fat deposits in the area. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.