Avon Center for Aesthetic Surgery - David A. Novotny, MD


Many men have gynecomastia -- enlarged, female-like breasts--causes by excess glandular tissue or fat (or both).
Glandular tissue must be cut out, usually through a small incision near the edge of the areola.
Fatty tissue can be removed by liposuction. A small, hollow tube is inserted through a tiny incision, leaving a nearly imperceptible scar.
Following surgery for gynecomastia, the patient has a more masculine chest contour.


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