Gynecomastia in Plano, TX
Dr. Morrissey is an expert in Gynecomastia Surgery using a unique technique that eliminates scarring of the chest. The practice has successfully completed more the 1000 Gynecomastia surgeries and is proud to serve patients locally in Dallas, Plano. Frisco, McKinney as well as all over the United States.
What is Gynecomastia?
Gynecomastia is a condition that develops in men that involves a buildup of fatty tissue and often times painful glandular tissue in the chest. Some common causes of gynecomastia can be fluctuations in hormones and men who have had significant changes in their weight. It is not uncommon for this condition to develop between the ages of 11 and 15 years old. This is typically the stage of puberty that causes hormonal activity. Gynecomastia can be difficult to address even with diet and exercise. To eliminate excess breast tissue, patients often turn to male breast reduction also know as gynecomastia treatment. With gynecomastia treatment, patients can achieve a slimmer, more masculine appearance and begin to feel more confident.
Gynecomastia Surgery Results
How Much Does Gynecomastia Treatment Cost in Plano, TX?
The cost of gynecomastia treatment can range from $5,975 to $8,900, depending on the extent of treatment necessary to deliver your desired results. If you are considering gynecomastia treatment, we ask that you come in for a consultation with one of our board-certified plastic surgeons, specializing in gynecomastia. At the time of your consultation, we will develop a personalized treatment plan as well as a personalized, itemized surgery quote. Our quotes will include surgeon fees, anesthesia fees, operating room fees and all of your pre-op and follow-up visits. At the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, we offer flexible financing options and accept all major credit cards to keep this treatment affordable and accessible.
How is Gynecomastia Treatment Performed?
Our board-certified plastic surgeons here at Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, specialize in a gynecomastia technique that eliminates scarring on the front of the chest wall. With our specialized, developed technique, we will strategically create the incision on the side of the chest wall for a more discreet appearance of the surgical site. Through these incisions, we are able to remove both the excess fat and the glandular breast tissue. The outcome of this procedure is to give the patient a more lean and sculpted appearance so they can feel confident when taking their shirt off.
What is Recovery like After Gynecomastia Treatment?
After your gynecomastia treatment, you can expect some swelling and discomfort for a few weeks. During this time, you will have to wear compression garments and it may be necessary to take time off of work or other activities to ensure that the body can heal properly. At your initial consultation, we will provide you with additional instructions regarding your recovery and what you can expect after your procedure.
Frequently Asked Questions
Most individuals who develop gynecomastia during childhood or puberty find that goes away shortly after. However, if your gynecomastia continues or even develops in adulthood, it’s unlikely that it will go away by itself. For individuals at this stage, gynecomastia surgery is usually the best option.
Gynecomastia is caused by the enlargement of fatty tissue, not just the presence of fat. Gynecomastia may be firmer, lumpier and even sensitive to the touch. Fat, on the other hand, will be soft and painless, similar to fat in other areas of the body. Fat is also more responsive to changes in diet and exercise.
Gynecomastia surgery can be performed with a variety of anesthetic techniques, making the treatment completely painless. The only discomfort associated with gynecomastia surgery is the soreness and bruising that affects the treatment area after surgery. Patients are encouraged to rest as much as possible during recovery in order to aid the healing process and minimize pain.
Gynecomastia is caused by enlarged chest tissue, not fat, which makes it unresponsive to exercise and other fat loss strategies. If gynecomastia does not go away after puberty, surgery is typically the best option.
In most cases, gynecomastia surgery is considered an elective cosmetic procedure, and is therefore not covered by health insurance. However, you should consult your provider to determine whether it can be covered. If not, financing options can help make your treatment more affordable.
If you are considering gynecomastia treatment at the Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery Center of Texas, contact us today to schedule a consultation. Dr. Morrissey specializes in a unique technique perfecting this procedure and have successfully treated over 1,000 patients. We welcome patients from Dallas, Frisco, Plano, and the surrounding areas of Texas.