One year after Gynocomstia surgery with both glandular removal and liposuction, is this as good as it gets? (photos)
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RE: One year after Gynocomstia surgery with both glandular removal and liposuction, is this as good as it gets?
It looks like you still have persistent gynecomastia, which may be both gland and fat. While some weight loss might help, it really looks like you haven't had adequate resection. I'd recommend consultation with a gynecomastia specialist, especially if your original surgeon doesn't do a lot of this surgery. Good luck.
As good as it gets
Your results may not get much better unless you lose more weight and have revision glandular excision with more liposuction. You will have significant scar tissue that makes the surgery more challenging but you should be able to achieve a more cosmetically appealing result
One Year After Gynecomastia Revision Surgery
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One year after Gynocomstia surgery with both glandular removal and liposuction, is this as good as it gets
Based on your photos, you have some residual gland left behind that requires additional excision.
Seek a plastic surgeon with specialty training in gynecomastia surgery, has great photos, and is an expert in male breast reduction.
Surgery to correct gynecomastia usually involves a combination of liposuction and breast tissue removal. An experienced surgeon should be able to achieve a very nice contour of the chest. There can sometimes be some looseness of the skin but this usually tightens over time except in severe cases where a skin reduction procedure may be necessary.
If you are not satisfied with the results, I would recommend seeing a board-certified plastic surgeon who has a lot of experience with gynecomastia surgery. They can help you decide which options are best for you at this time.
Thank you for the photos and you appear to have residual fat and or gland that would benefit from removal. So go on some complimentary consultations and get some opinions from experts in the field
Unfortunately the surgery was incomplete although the combination was well indicated but poorly made. If you had them completely removed, after a year post-operation, the skin would have completely withdrawn.