In the presence of glandular breast tissue liposuction would
predictably give an inferior result. Even though you’re
interested in a less aggressive procedure, it might not be in your best
interest to undergo liposuction. This procedure would probably compromise your
result and lead to dissatisfaction.
gynecomastia is caused by growth of glandular breast tissue surgical excision
is usually necessary to correct the problem. In contrast, when breast growth
occurs because of fat deposition, liposuction is the treatment of choice.
tissue tends to be thicker and more fibrous than fatty tissue. When breast
tissue is present it can be very difficult to pass a liposuction canula through
the tissue. For this reason, liposuction is rarely effective when glandular
tissue is present.
tissue usually requires surgical excision. This can be performed through a
peri-areolar incision with minimal scarring. Consultation with a board
certified plastic surgeon should help determine what specific option is best