02 Jan Is Gynecomastia Risky Surgery?
Posted at 12:58h in Liposuction, Male Breast Reduction 0 CommentsGynecomastia surgery—also known as a male breast reduction—is a male plastic surgery that reduces a male chest that has overgrown to the point of resembling female breasts. This can obviously cause distress and if no other treatment options help alleviate symptoms, surgery is often the last option. Is gynecomastia risky surgery? Generally, no, gynecomastia surgery is no riskier than any other procedure. Certain factors can sometimes add risk, but in an ideal surgical candidate, these risks are not significant. The exact surgical technique may consist of liposuction, horizontal incisions on the chest, or both. The average male breast reduction surgery is under two hours and sometimes as little as one hour. Therefore, the time under anesthesia is minimal and patients generally do not carry many risks from the anesthesia due to this relatively normal surgical time. Dr. Sessa also takes precautions to keep risks to a minimum. To learn more and schedule a consultation with Dr. Alberico Sessa at Sarasota Surgical Arts, call us at 941-923-1736. You can also reach out online via chat, Price Simulator, or contact form.
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