Can we be totally obvious here? Guys like breasts. That should come as a surprise to pretty much no one. Also not news: Guys aren't big fans of breasts on themselves. What is news? Cosmetic surgery at Michigan's Bengtson Center can help.
A condition known as gynecomastia causes breasts to develop on men, obscuring muscle definition and filling out shirts in a typically unintended way. While there are several possible reasons for this, gynecomastia surgery is a fairly universal solution - especially once the cause has been identified.
The cosmetic surgery necessary for a successful male breast reduction may involve removing excess fat with liposuction, glandular tissue via excision, or both. Grand Rapids plastic surgeons, Dr. Brad Bengtson and Dr. Ryan Mitchell, will work with each man who comes to their cosmetic surgery practice as an individual, tailoring the procedure to his unique needs and goals.
Cosmetic surgery can also reduce the appearance of overly large nipples. The idea is to give each man the chest he wants, even if that's not the chest life has dealt him.
In some cases, the non-surgical CoolSculpting may be the best choice for reducing male breasts. The device pulls heat out of unwanted fat cells to kill them off. Your body handles getting rid of these cells, and they don't return. This is perfect for cases where breasts stubbornly continue to bulge despite weight-loss efforts being successful on other parts of the body.
Dr. Brad Bengtson and Dr. Ryan Mitchell perform male breast reduction and other cosmetic surgery procedures at Michigan's Bengtson Center. For more information about gynecomastia, schedule a private consultation online or call (616) 588-8880. The toll-free number is 1-877-822-8880.Written by Bengtson Center for Aesthetics & Plastic Surgery
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Suite 100, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
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