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Male Breast Reduction in Boca Raton

What is a Gynecomastia surgery?

[liv]® Gynecomastia surgery is a male breast reduction procedure. This surgery will reduce the fullness of breast tissue in men and help create a flatter and more toned chest. Gynecomastia is an overdevelopment or enlargement of the breast tissue in men or boys. The breasts become larger. They often grow unevenly. It is often caused by changes in levels of the female hormone (estrogen) and the male hormone (testosterone).

The Benefits of a [liv]® Gynecomastia 

  • Improved tone and shape of the chest
  • Reduction in the size of breast tissue  
  • Increased confidence
  • Minimal downtime 

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 A [liv]® Gynecomastia  is a one-time procedure that will yield long-lasting results. Dr. Ress specializes in single-incision gynecomastia surgery where he will remove the offending tissue with nearly no significant scarring.

[liv]® Gynecomastia:

Liposuction: removal of the existing unwanted the fullness.

Surgical Tissue Excision: This removal of tissue beneath the areola allows him to eliminate a greater amount of glandular tissue and/or skin that cannot be successfully treated with liposuction alone

Frequently Asked Questions

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Does gynecomastia ever go away?

The condition often goes away on its own, but treatments are available for severe or persistent cases. When gynecomastia is the result of an underlying health problem, treatment of that problem usually improves the gynecomastia as well.

 Is gynecomastia a serious condition?

Gynecomastia is not life-threatening but it can cause significant emotional distress. Most cases take months or years to resolve. Further, men with Klinefelter syndrome also have a risk of developing male breast cancer.

What happens if gynecomastia is not treated?

Although the vast majority of men who have gynecomastia will not have any medical complications from untreated gynecomastia, there is a small population of men who may be at a heightened risk of developing male breast cancer.

Is it OK to live with gynecomastia?

In most cases, it starts during puberty, which occurs sometime around ages 10-12. If it is not gone in a year or two, and if you are preoccupied by Gynecomastia and it has been a source of humiliation, this is the time to seek medical advice. Life is too short and precious to waste being burdened with gynecomastia.

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