Revision of Male Breast Reduction Gynecomastia Photos
Residual Gynecomastia in a 34-year old patient:
Note huge areola and residual breast, even after 2 previous operations. This residual was treated by Dr Wilson using surgical excision and Vaser High Definition 4 Dimensional smart Liposuction through a complete periareolar incision. The scar has completely disappeared. Note the near normal contour and harmony of the chest.
Revision of Male Breast reduction Gynecomastia in a 35-year old patient:
This patient still had a huge areola and residual breast tissue, even after 2 previous operations at another Clinic. Prof Wilson performed a Revision by surgical excision of gland and disk, and Vaser Liposuction through a complete periareolar incision. The patient was very happy with the inconspicuous residual scar and new breast shape. Note the harmonious size of areola, and new breast.
Revision of Gynecomastia in a 38-year old patient:
The patient had previous unsatisfactory liposuction at another Clinic. Prof Wilson decided to treat the problem by surgical excision and Laser Liposuction. Ultimately, the patient was very satisfied with the final shape of his breast.
Residual Breast Tissue and Gynecomastia in a 39-year old patient:
This patient had an open heart surgery 10 years ago, and this led to entrapment of the breast tissue leading to false gynecomastia. Prof Wilson tackled this challenging condition by surgical removal, coupled with Vaser Liposuction. He performed the surgery through a small cut around teh areola, which ultimately disappeared. Note appropriate size of areola, and new breast on both frontal and lateral views.
Recurrent Gynecomastia in a 39-year old patient:
Isolated Liposuction was performed at another Clinic, but asymmetry and residual breast tissue ensued. The patient was treated by surgical excision of the gland and Vaser Liposuction. Note successful removal of the breast tissue and restoration of symmetry. Interestingly, a large amount of residual breast tissue was removed during the revision surgery, with right side larger than left.