Male Chest Reconstruction

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 Things to Know about Over developed breasts may occur to men at any age. This condition may be a result of hormonal changes, heredity, obesity and use of certain drugs. Often times, it can cause emotional discomfort and impaired self confidence. Men experiencing this are more likely to avoid certain physical activities. As answer to this, male chest reconstruction has been introduced to remove excess localized fat and the developing glandular tissues. LEARN MORE

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 Things to Know about Male Chest Reconstruction

Over developed breasts may occur to men at any age. This condition may be a result of hormonal changes, heredity, obesity and use of certain drugs. Often times, it can cause emotional discomfort and impaired self confidence. Men experiencing this are more likely to avoid certain physical activities.

As answer to this, male chest reconstruction has been introduced to remove excess localized fat and the developing glandular tissues.

 

 

Who are qualified for the Male Chest Reconstruction?

Men who belong to these categories are good candidates for male chest reconstruction:

-      Excessive intake of alcohol

-      Anabolic steroid users

-      Liver failure and cancer patients

-      Congenital abnormalities

-      Dramatic weight loss which causes the skin to sag

Men who feel self conscious about their appearance may also consider this treatment to flatten their chest.

 

Possible Risks of Male Chest Reconstruction

The following are the possible risks of male chest reconstruction:

-      Scars – occurrence of scars is part of the healing process. To minimize this, several treatments can be done. It includes steroid injections, laser removal, microdermabrasion, medical needling and surgical revision.

-      Changes in Sensation – male chest reconstruction results to changes in bodily sensations prior to the transformation of chest into a more masculine look.

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