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Anti-ageing Implants
 
Laser Hair Removal
Anti-ageing Laser
 
Anticellulite treatment
Tatoo removal
Laser Peeling (Laser resurfasing)
Pigment conditions
 
Sclerotherapy
Microdermabrasion
Chemical Peeling
Lipolisis
Laserlipolisis (SmartLipo) 
 

 

 

Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty): Cosmetic and Functional
Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery, Eyelid Rejuvenation)
Neck Liposuction
Neck Lift
Face Lift
Endoscopic Brow Lift (Endoscopic Forehead lift)
Liposuction, Laser assisted Liposuction, Ultrasound assisted Liposuction,
Vibration assisted Liposuction
Otoplasty (Ear correction, Ear surgery, Prominent ears)
Breast Augmentation
Breast Augmentation + Breast Lift
Breast Reduction (Mammaplasty)
Breast Lift (Breast Elevation, Mastopexy)
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
Mini Abdominoplasty (Mini Tummy Tack)
Gynecomastia (Male Breast Removal)
Nipple Enhancement, Inverted Nipples
Nipple Reduction
Labia Reduction( Labioplasty)
Chin Surgery (Chin Augmentation and Chin Reduction), (Mentoplasty)
Brachioplasty (Upper Arm Lift)
Cheek Surgery (Cheek Augmentation)
Surgical Peeling (Dermabrassion)
Lip Enhancement
Hair Transplantation
Buttock Lift, Brazilian Buttock Lift
Thigh Lift
Calf Implants
Symmastia
Breast Reconstruction (after mastectomy)
Nipple Reconstruction (after mastectomy)
Scar Revision
Burn Reconstruction
Skin cancer reconstruction including melanoma reconstruction
Hand Surgery including congenital deformities
Reconstructive Procedures
   
   
Alternative Instrumentation
 
Gynecomastia (Male Breast Removal)

Gynecomastia is a medical term that comes from the Greek words for “women-like breasts”. Although this condition is rarely talked about, it is quite common. 40% to 60% of men are affected by Gynecomastia at some point in their life. It may affect one breast or both, and although some drugs and medical conditions have been linked with male breast overdevelopment, for the majority of cases the cause is unknown. For men who are self-conscious about the appearance of their breast, Breast Removal surgery or Gynecomastia correction can help.

How is Male Breast Removal performed?

Male Breast Removal is performed under a general anesthetic. For mild to moderate cases with no or small skin excess, Liposuction alone may treat the problem. For larger breasts with more skin excess, Liposuction is combined with surgical excision of some of the breast tissue and possibly skin, through an incision around the nipple. In rare cases with massive skin and breast tissue redundancy more extensive procedures might be required.

What can I expect after surgery?

The operation takes 1- 1 ½ hours and an overnight stay at the hospital is usually required. You will feel some discomfort for a couple of days, but this is usually well controlled with regular painkillers. After surgery you will notice some bruising and swelling. To help reduce this, and to prevent the collection of blood (haematoma), you will be instructed to wear a compression bandage or special garment over your chest for a couple of weeks.

When can I resume my normal activities?

You will be able to resume light activities the day after surgery and you can go back to work as soon as you feel well enough, which could be as soon as 1-2 days after surgery. Exercise can be resumed after 2-3 weeks and full recovery to your previous activities is expected in 3-4 weeks.

 

 

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