Gynecomastia – Male Breast Reduction
Gynecomastia is the condition of male breasts or enlarged breasts in men caused by genetics or certain medications or drugs. Dr. Rowe is highly adept at performing breast reduction surgery for men to eliminate large breasts in men and restore self-confidence. As a leading New York gynecomastia surgeon, Dr. Rowe works privately and compassionately with men to help them achieve a firmer, flatter chest.
Your Male Breast Reduction
Dr. Rowe understands that gynecomastia is a condition resistant to diet and exercise. His surgical expertise can help you achieve a well-defined, masculine chest that looks and feels as fit and toned as the rest of your body. Dr. Rowe will conduct a thorough examination of your gynecomastia and determine whether surgery is needed on one or both sides of your chest. Expert attention is paid to symmetry and masculine lines as he removes fatty tissue with liposuction, eliminates excess skin, and tightens your chest muscles.
Gynecomastia Treatment Recovery
Just after surgery you will wear a compression vest specifically designed for men. It is easily concealed under clothing and will help promote healing while easing your comfort. Dr. Rowe recommends the support of a friend or family member during your recovery. If you wish, he can provide skilled nursing care in the privacy of your home. You should be able to return to work within a week to ten days of your procedure.
Male Breast Reduction Results
The level of improved confidence with male breast reduction surgery is significant. Dr. Rowe’s gynecomastia patients report life-changing results after surgery and are extremely pleased with their more masculine and defined chests, both in and out of clothing. His highly skilled technique yields near-invisible scarring for even greater patient satisfaction.
Schedule My Consultation
Dr. Rowe and his knowledgeable staff will answer your questions about breast reduction surgery for men in detail and privacy. If you would like to schedule a consultation or learn more about the procedure, call 212-628-7300.