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Restoring Your Masculinity with Dr. Mark Fisher

Whether due to hormonal changes or fluctuation in weight, gynecomastia can be a difficult problem to treat. For men dealing with gynecomastia consistent healthy eating and regular exercise often fail to create the results that might be expected. Thankfully, Dr. Fisher is able to offering gynecomastia surgery that can help solve this problem and let you enjoy a look that truly enhances your sense of masculinity.

To learn more about what Dr. Mark Fisher and his talented team can do for you, reach out and set up your consultation at our Westport location today.

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When to Consider Gynecomastia Surgery

This particular condition can be caused by any number of factors. Gynecomastia often occurs during puberty and sometimes does not resolve on its own. Some patients simply have overly large male breasts due to their genetic makeup. In other instances, medical conditions or other lifestyle choices can cause this condition to develop.

No matter the cause, Dr. Fisher and his team are highly experienced and are ready to help you enjoy a flat, masculine chest.

Some of the most common causes of gynecomastia include:

  • Puberty
  • Certain types of medication
  • Chronic marijuana consumption
  • Genetic predisposition
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Various medical conditions
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Preparing for Your Procedure

An important part of addressing gynecomastia involves making sure that both you and Dr. Fisher are aware of its root cause. During your consultations, Dr. Fisher will get to know your medical history and will help you determine the cause of your gynecomastia, if it is not already known to you. Once this is done, Dr. Fisher will discuss with you the options available and you will decide on a surgical plan.

Your gynecomastia surgery will be performed under general anesthesia, and it will be an outpatient procedure. This means that you’ll be able to return home after a brief stay in our recovery room, but you will need a friend to drive for you as the anesthesia wears off. The overall duration of your procedure will depend on the specifics of your personalized treatment plan, and Dr. Fisher will make sure you know exactly what to expect.

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The Day of Your Surgery

Most male breast reduction procedures take between two and three hours to complete and will vary according to the specifics of your surgery. Dr. Fisher’s experience enables him to utilize a number of techniques as he sculpts your ideal results, giving him an impressive level of precision when it comes to creating the outcome you’d prefer. A combination of liposuction and breast tissue excision will be utilized to remove any excess breast tissue. This is done through a relatively small incision hidden around the nipple and areola. In more severe cases, Dr. Fisher will trim away excess skin, reduce the size of the nipple and areola, and may even reposition the musculature to create a more contoured appearance.

Recovering After Male Breast Reduction

Most patients recover from their male breast reduction surgery within about one week. Your recovery will vary according to the extent of your surgical plan, but you can expect to experience some temporary bruising and swelling after your procedure, regardless of its specifics. This will fade over the course of the next few weeks. Dr. Fisher and his staff will ensure that you have everything you need to remain as comfortable as possible during your recovery.

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Look Forward to the Results You Deserve

Thanks to his extensive fellowship training, Dr. Fisher is able to bring a unique level of technical expertise to each and every procedure he performs. This, combined with a keen aesthetic eye, has made Dr. Fisher uniquely suited to treating this condition.

If you’re ready to say goodbye to gynecomastia for good, Dr. Fisher and his staff are ready to hear from you. Simply reach out and set up your consultation at our Westport location today.

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