Chest indentation after gynocomastia surgery. Will working out, and fat grafting help? (Photo)

I had done gynocomastia surgery and one year later i saw that there are a few indents on my chest and both my nipples are inverted. So i checked up with my doctor and he told me that we could do fat grafting to those areas and it is completely ok to go to the gym since im a bit overweight. But im scared cause of the indent my chest looks assymetrical. So if i hit the gym for a year and later do the fat grafting to my indents, will my chest be symetrical assuming good genetics. Zoom in on the pic

Doctor Answers 4

Indentation Concern Following Gynocomastia Surgery

It may be best to ask questions of your surgeon or their nursing staff.  They may possibly be able to address the #identations with fat #grafting or #cosmetic #fillers if you are  deemed a good fit.


Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Chest indentation after gynocomastia surgery. Will working out, and fat grafting help? (Photo)

Yes, fat grafting would be a good option in your case.  Good luck and be safe.

John T. Nguyen, MD, FACS, FICS
Double Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

John Nguyen, MD, FACS
Houston Plastic Surgeon
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Gynecomastia Correction

Be sure you find a plastic surgeon experienced with gynecomastia revision and one who performs a lot of structural fat grafting.  A revision could give you a great result. 

Michael Law, MD
Raleigh-Durham Plastic Surgeon
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Indentations after gynecomastia surgery

the depressions you have can occur and I do agree that fat injections is a good option. I certainly think that lifting weights is also OK to do but not around the time of the fat injections.

Julio Garcia, MD
Las Vegas Plastic Surgeon
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