Male breast reduction
Gynecomastia, or enlarged breast tissue in men, is a common problem. It affects up to 20 percent of men and can be addressed very effectively with liposuction and removal of the glandular breast tissue. Most cases can be treated through two 5mm incisions minimizing any signs of surgery or scars on the chest.
Some men struggle to build muscle in their pectoral areas, though they might have tried lifting at the gym or at home to no avail. If you want to have more definition in your pectoral muscles, you can get implants that can make you feel stronger, more comfortable with your body, and more attractive.
If you plan on getting pectoral implants, it is best to refrain from heavy lifting for about six months after your procedure.
If you’re a healthy, non-smoking man who wants better muscle definition, you will likely be a good candidate for pectoral implants!