Gynecomastia and Weight Loss
gynecomastia specialist to address this complicated condition.
|After Stage One with Gland Removal|
|After the second stage with a peri-areola|
Not all men are candidates for the 2 stage procedure, due to the extent of their excessive skin and tissue. For men that need more extensive removal of skin and tissue, a mastectomy type incision will be required. The incision goes around the areola and laterally down to the breast crease and then horizontal to make what is known as an anchor incision or inverted T. Even though this procedure will leave visible scars, men understand the trade-offs, and most are accepting of this.
|1 month after surgery|
Call Dr. Miguel Delgado, M.D. at (415) 898-4161 today for any gynecomastia concerns you may have.