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There is no solid, specific cause for male breast growth. It’s thought to be mostly genetic, so some people will get it no matter what, and others will never get it at all. However, there are a few things that have been shown to increase the likelihood of this condition.
Surgically removing man boobs is remarkably quick and easy compared to most other operations. This is because, unlike female breasts, male breasts are just functionless pads of fatty tissue. The entire thing takes about an hour, and can be performed under twilight sedation or general anaesthetic. Basically, we’ll make a small incision around the nipple and pull out all the unwanted adipose tissue. Where necessary, we’ll combine it with liposuction to make sure we remove the entire thing and give you a somewhat slimmer and more toned look at the end. Afterwards, your skin will naturally tighten around your new body shape and there will be no sign that you ever had gynaecomastia except a nearly-invisible scar along the edge of the nipple.
The only exceptions are the most extreme cases, where a man has been unlucky enough to grow large, full and distinctly woman-like breasts. In these instances, the results will be identical except for more intensive scarring, as excess skin will also need to be removed.
The answer to this depends on one question. Do they really bother you? If the answer is no, then don’t feel obligated to do anything. Medically speaking, gynaecomastia is harmless, so don’t let yourself get pressured by scare tactics.
If they do bother you and you’d like them gone, Australia Cosmetic Clinics is the best choice for making it happen. We’ve seen a lot of gynaecomastia patients over the years, and have since become one of Australia’s most advanced and experienced treatment centres for it. If you see a doctor regarding your gynaecomastia, and they advise you to see a specialist, they’re talking about someone like us. Get started by calling 1300 559 848 to book a consultation session, or contact us online.