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American Society of Plastic Surgeons logo Fellow American College of Surgeons logo American Board of Plastic Surgery logo The Aesthetic Society logo State of Texas logo American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery logo American Board of Medical Specialties logo American Society of Plastic Surgeons logo Fellow American College of Surgeons logo American Board of Plastic Surgery logo The Aesthetic Society logo State of Texas logo American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery logo American Board of Medical Specialties logo American Society of Plastic Surgeons logo Fellow American College of Surgeons logo American Board of Medical Specialties logo The Aesthetic Society logo State of Texas logo American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery logo American Board of Medical Specialties logo
Gynecomastia Surgery patient Before

Before Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery patient After

After Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery patient Before

Before Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery patient After

After Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery patient Before

Before Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia Surgery patient After

After Gynecomastia Surgery

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Before and after gynecomastia surgery oblique view showing Zone 1 treatment with flatter chest, smaller areolas, enhanced masculine appearance with better posture

This is a young man who didn’t like the shape of his chest. He had lost a significant amount of weight and believed he had gynecomastia. Upon examination, you can clearly see a round shape in his chest area, and he has excess fullness. We discussed a gynecomastia treatment that will flatten the area and make it less round. In addition, we wanted a more masculine contour.

He is seen here after gynecomastia surgery with liposuction and direct tissue removal through an incision around the areolas. You can clearly see the improvement in his post-operative photos – flatter and much more man-like than before. There are no irregularities. The “heaviness” at the bottom of his chest area is gone.

His main concern now is the fullness in his upper chest area. He told me he thought it was excess fat, but it was his pectoral muscles upon examination. It may seem to him that the upper pectoral area is larger now that the lower part (the area that I treated) is smaller. Nevertheless, I think it is an impressive result.

Our team at AGC is here to answer your questions, assist with scheduling your appointment, or help you with any other matters related to your treatment. Book your consultation online for specific questions regarding a personalized surgical plan.

A further detailed discussion with Dr. Caridi and his team will follow this inquiry. If you are seeking more general information or are a previous patient needing to contact medical staff, always feel free to call our office.

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