Dr. VJs Cosmetic Surgery & Hair Transplantation Centre: Gynecomastia condition is very common in men. According to results, one in four men gets this issue after the age of 50. In this problem, the breast gets enlarged or it gets overdeveloped.
It means the breast tissue can be effectively removed by the treatment of liposuction. No doubt, the results are very effective but there are some tips which can help to get the best results.
4 Tips which can help the patient to prepare for Gynecomastia surgery.
Choosing the right kind of treatment
First of all, you have to check which treatment option will suit you the best. This is because every case is different.
The surgeon will evaluate the condition properly. The problem actually occurs because of having too much breast tissue, excess fat, loose skin around the areolar, both breast tissue, and fat.
Men who are older or have excess weight will have full chest which will make the skin around the areolar loose and it can be treated with an areola reduction. If there is only excess fat then it is pseudogynecomastia which can be treated with liposuction. So, make sure you get the treatment according to the problem you are facing.
Choosing the best surgeon for treatment
Make sure you select the best surgeon so that you are able to get the desired results you want. This will also reduce the amount of risk or doing surgery is the wrong way. You need to select someone who has a lot of experience, understand the cause properly, tell you everything you ask, and board certified. If you are dealing with this condition then you can also visit our doctor for Gynecomastia surgery in Vizag.
- Focusing on the right kind of diet and exercise
The patient also needs to focus on a proper diet and exercise regime. Keep in mind, what issue has resulted in this problem. It means if the condition developed because of supplements, recreational drugs, or prescription medication then you need to stop them before the surgery. If you are overweight then you have to reduce the weight. You should increase the intake of fruits and vegetables, reduce the intake of sugar, do not smoke, drink, and add 30 minutes cardiovascular exercise 3 times a week.
The patient needs to have realistic expectations regarding the recovery process. You need to know what to expect from the results. After the surgery, there will be bruise and chest will be swollen for two weeks. After the surgery, there might be a drain for 48 hours. The patient has to also wear a compression garment which helps in reducing the swelling and to get the effective results.