Male Breast Reduction

GYNECOMASTIA
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Male breast enlargement can occur at any age, and can affect one or both sides. Causes include the use of certain drugs, weight gain, genetic predisposition, or hormonal changes. A male breast reduction, or Gynecomastia surgery, reduces the benign enlargement of male breast tissue. This procedure removes excess fatty and glandular tissue, restoring a flatter, firmer, and more masculine contour.

BENEFITS
  • Firmer, flatter chest
  • No significant downtime, unless strenuous activities are involved
  • Results are permanent
PROCEDURE

The procedure is performed under general anesthesia in about two hours. If excessive glandular tissue is present, it will be excised. The procedure may be performed alone or in conjunction with liposuction. The removal of excess fat may only require liposuction without the need of tissue excisions. Scarring is typically minimal.

COST

The costs of the surgery average between $4,400–6,800, which includes your physicians fee, operating room costs, and general anesthesia. In some cases, insurance may pay for a portion or all of the surgery. Our office will be happy to work with you to get prior authorization from your insurance company.


Eric Minns, Breast Surgery Specialist

It is difficult to find a surgeon with the amount of training, experience, and raw talent of Eric Minns, MD. If you are considering male breast reduction surgery, we highly recommend scheduling a consultation with Dr. Minns. And don’t just take our word for it, view his breast surgery before and after gallery.


CONCERNED ABOUT COST?

Talk to us about financing options, savings plans, and ways you can manage cosmetic expenses.

READY TO SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION?

Call (505) 913 4360 or use the form below. Discuss your goals in depth, get all your questions answered, and learn if you are a good candidate for specific products and procedures ($50 fee applies).

We will call you during business hours to schedule a convenient date and time.









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