Men with enlarged breasts may feel betrayed by their bodies. Too embarrassed to remove their shirts, many men avoid the beach or changing clothes at the gym. Teenaged boys often suffer teasing from their peers. Fortunately, there is a surgical solution for males with enlarged breasts, a condition known as gynecomastia. In Miami, Dr. Tracy Baker and Dr. Jackie Yee are two of South Florida’s leading plastic surgeons and have the experience and artistic vision to sculpt a proper masculine appearance.

If you or your son is in need of male breast reduction, our Miami gynecomastia surgeons can help. Request a consultation online, or call us at (305) 670-9995 to schedule an appointment.

Who is a Good Candidate for Male Breast Reduction Surgery?

If your appearance causes embarrassment and prevents you from participating in activities you would otherwise enjoy, male breast surgery is a good option. Gynecomastia may occur during puberty or in adulthood. There are some factors known to increase the chances of developing the condition, including:

  • Hormonal changes that occur during puberty
  • Medical conditions, such as kidney failure and hormonal imbalance
  • Drugs used to enhance athletic performance, including steroids and androgens
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Marijuana use
  • Being severely overweight

What to Expect

Procedure Male Breast Reduction
Description We view consultations as the beginning of a relationship with our patients, during which we can learn what motivated you to seek surgery. Gynecomastia is overdeveloped glandular breast tissue in males, but there is often an accumulation of fatty tissue as well. At Baker Plastic Surgery, reducing the size of your breasts may be accomplished by excising tissue or using liposuction to remove the localized fat deposits, or often a combination of both.
Recovery The duration of the recovery will depend on the type of procedure performed. The recovery period following liposuction alone is shorter than if excision surgery is used. Liposuction is less invasive and many patients can return to jobs that aren’t physically demanding within a few days. Bruising and swelling is normal following any type of surgery. You will be instructed to wear a compression garment for a period of time after the procedure. Limits on exercise are based on the procedure and the extent of your surgery.
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