Complications are related to any surgery procedure, gynecomastia included. Thankfully, compared to the serious complications that can occur with some procedures, gynecomastia complications are all non-life threatening and generally easy to manage.
I am a real-deal gynecomastia surgeon. I have performed over 5000 cases, I treat 450 patients each year, I’ve published two important papers on the subject, and I myself have had treatment for gynecomastia. My own gynecomastia treatment was complicated with a hematoma, some hard healing, and scar formation. It’s one thing learning from your patients and a whole other story when you learn from your own complications!
Over the years, I have noted that my low overall complication rate became even lower, and I tried to find out why. Certainly, it had something to do with my actions during the surgery itself. I asked all my office staff, “What am I doing differently during the surgery” to find out what is likely responsible for fewer complications? The universal observation was that I wasn’t doing anything differently during the surgery. I then realized that the likely answer to my question was that I personally observed and experienced complications and that this changed my interaction with my patients. Suddenly I was spending more time informing my patients about their responsibility to manage their recovery to possibly prevent complications.
Indeed, it worked. I came up with my gynecomastia recovery playbook that clearly reduced complications to such a low level I don’t even like talking about it (surgeons can be a bit superstitious). For clarity, the following is my AGC Playbook for gynecomastia recovery:
The importance of finding a master gynecomastia surgeon AND managing your recovery period is essential in ensuring that your gynecomastia treatment is safe and effective and with as minimal complications as possible. Risk-free, perfect surgery is not possible, but we are getting darn close with gynecomastia treatment at the Austin Gynecomastia Center. That’s something I am very proud of and should help those patients who have a reluctance to engage in gynecomastia treatment because of fear and anxiety. Life is Good!
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