Albuquerque Gynecomastia 30004
Note: This gentleman had signficant-sized breast tissue. This consists of mostly fatty tissue and not much gladular tissue. Liposuction was done with very good results.
Note: This man had prominent glandular tissue behind the areolae. Resection with small incisions and feathering liposuction gave him the results that he desired.
Note: This patient had lost 50 pounds two years ago but still had significant excessive breast
tissue. No history of anabolic steroid use.
Note: This gentleman bas not only excess glandular tissue and fat, but also some excess skin. At 60 years old, the skin is not likely to shrink back enough. Therefore, inframammary (under-the-crease) incision is used to remove the excess glandular tissue, fat and skin.
Albuquerque Gynecomastia 30129
Note:This gentleman had excess breast glandular tissue since his youth that was made more visible as he leaned out. He elected to have liposuction of the fatty tissues at the same time as excision of the excess gland.
Notice there are no scars on the areola as the glandular tissue was removed through the liposuction port sites that are 4mm in length and will ultimately fade to look like small mole-removal scars. The fold of skin beneath the glandular tissue that was causing some 'sagging' has been eliminated after surgery with a masculine, smooth contour.
Tighter clothes fit better and he is comfortable taking his shirt off on the beach after surgery.