The treatment of gynecomastia is surgical. Through small holes of 3-4 millimeters, the excess fat and the enlarged mass gland are removed.
No. The skin on the male chest has a great tendency to contract and tighten itself. The result is a firm and masculine chest.
After surgery there is minimal pain and slight swelling in the area. A day’s rest is recommended, after which the patient can return to work normally. Avoiding vigorous physical activity for three weeks is also recommended.
Yes. Even if the patient gains significant weight post-procedure, their breasts will grow, but in symmetry with the rest of their body.