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Will Gynecomastia Return After My AirSculpt Surgery in Nashville?

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What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia is a condition in which men’s breast tissue swells or enlarges. This condition affects 50-60% of adolescent men due to an imbalance of testosterone and estrogen hormones. Other factors that contribute to the development of gynecomastia are frequent marijuana usage, excess weight gain, undiagnosed pituitary and adrenal tumors, and specific medications.

Most men that struggle with gynecomastia, colloquially dubbed “man-boobs,” do not need a formal diagnosis of the disorder and can easily self-diagnose. Besides the visual cue, men can discover if they have gynecomastia by performing a breast self-exam, which involves feeling their breast region and observing whether there is tissue underneath the nipple-areolar complex that feels tender and mobile. Becoming more informed on treatments, such as our AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment, is just one of the ways men can treat this condition.

Gynecomastia Surgery, Nashville Residents, is What You’ve Been Waiting For

If you are a resident of Nashville or surrounding areas and have been struggling with gynecomastia, then AirSculpt® can make a huge difference. Unlike liposuction, AirSculpt® permanently treats the condition. The AirSculpt® process is simple. 

First, a surgeon numbs the skin with an AirPen, using pressurized air to distribute a topical numbing solution. Compare this to liposuction, which uses a large, undesirable needle.

Next, a surgeon then uses a biopsy punch tool on the target area. A biopsy punch creates a small entryway that leaves a perfectly symmetrical, freckle-like scar. Liposuction, on the other hand, uses a scalpel that leaves an imprecise, large, noticeable scar at the incision point.

The surgeon then applies local anesthesia to the target area and uses a laser to soften the fat. Contrast this to liposuction, a procedure that general anesthetics to be properly executed. Thanks in large part to this type of anesthesia, liposuction carries increased risks of complications and side effects.

Finally, the surgeon prepares and softens the fat for extraction. The surgeon removes the fat precisely with a power-automated cannula. The surgeon gently plucks the fat cells one-by-one like berries off a bush.  This incredibly precise procedure is entirely automated, ensuring the protection of the surrounding skin and muscle.

Compare this to the imprecise procedure of liposuction, which lacks the automation and ingenuity of AirSculpt®. If you are undergoing liposuction and the doctor mistakenly hits a muscle or surrounding tissue, then there is nothing protecting you from the foreboding damage. Nashville residents, our minimally invasive Gynecomastia Surgery, is what you’ve been waiting for.

Will I Develop Gynecomastia Scars After My Surgery?

AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment does not use stitches and uses a specific tool to create a perfectly symmetrical, freckle-like scar in the fat removal process; therefore, you will not develop noticeable scars after your procedure. 

Will Gynecomastia Return After My AirSculpt® Surgery in Nashville?

If your gynecomastia initially occurred because of frequent marijuana usage and if you continue to use marijuana post-surgery, then your gynecomastia can return. If an adrenal or pituitary tumor caused your gynecomastia originally and you leave it untreated, your gynecomastia can return. Other factors that could lead to gynecomastia returning include dramatic weight gain post-surgery, an untreated hormonal imbalance, and using specific medications.


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