Gynecomastia to the Extreme
★★★★★ Ratings: 4.74 -118 Reviews San Francisco, CA-Men with severe gynecomastia, who choose to have male breast reduction surgery, will find that they most likely will need their surgery done in two stages. Dr. Delgado found that by dividing the surgery into two stages that he could minimize the scarring that more aggressive one stage surgeries, performed by other surgeons, usually causes.
Two Stage Gynecomastia Surgery
Viewing the patient below, you can see how removing a tremendous amount of tissue and fat leaves a lot of loose skin and a breast fold, making the results for most men unacceptable.
Once the patient has healed from the first stage, after about 5 or 6 months, the second stage can be scheduled. The second stage is much easier than the first stage and can be done as an office procedure under a local anesthetic. During the second stage surgery, Dr. Delgado removes the excess skin in a donut shape around the areola. The closure is with purse string type sutures. The third picture of this patient shows the amazing results just two weeks after surgery.
There is a huge advantage for men to have gynecomastia surgery at a young age because the skin has a lot more elasticity.
One Stage Gynecomastia Surgery for Adolescents
The following pictures show a boy of 15 years of age who traveled with his parents from the East Coast of the United States to have surgery with Dr. Delgado. Due to the excellent quality of his skin, his surgery was completed in one stage.
Recently his Mother sent a picture of her son one year later. She states how well he is doing and how thrilled they are with his results.
If an adolescent has gynecomastia surgery but hasn’t finished developing, there is a possibility that there may be additional breast growth. For all the years that Dr. Delgado has been performing this surgery, he has not had the need to re-operate on any of his patients. It is imperative when seeking a surgeon that you choose a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon that specializes in gynecomastia surgery to be able to evaluate a young man’s options.