Gynecomastia, or excess development of breast tissue, occurs in as many as 40-60% of men. This condition can cause extreme embarrassment, social inhibition and self-consciousness for boys and men who suffer from it.
A breast lift (mastopexy) is indicated when the breasts have lost their youthful volume, the skin has become stretched and saggy, and the nipples have drooped. This is quite frequently the case after pregnancies or significant weight loss.
Breast reduction surgery, technically called mammoplasty, is usually performed for physical relief rather than for cosmetic reasons. This procedure involves removal of excess breast tissue to reshape and lift the breasts.
This is done to enlarge an underdeveloped breast or breast that become small and loose after child birth.
A silicone or saline implant is placed behind the muscle of breast tissue. Implant is placed through incision in axilla, below the breast or areola (dark skin around the nipple), usually leaving behind no evident tell-tale signs.
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