Dr. Samir advises everyone suffering from gynecomastia to undergo surgery as it is the ideal solution to address this problem at its root and achieve a natural appearance for men.
The male body composition differs from that of females, and while everyone is equal in rights and duties, this natural difference is due to hormonal and chromosomal factors that distinguish males from females. This distinction begins during puberty, when differences become evident such as voice softness, the appearance of the menstrual cycle, and breast growth in females, as well as muscle growth, voice deepening, and beard growth in males. However, some problems may arise during this stage, causing an imbalance that requires immediate intervention from a doctor. Under the supervision of Dr. Samir Ghoraba, necessary procedures are being taken, particularly for gynecomastia which affects some individuals on a large scale.
What is gynecomastia in men?
Gynecomastia refers to the growth of breast tissue in men, resulting in an abnormal increase in size. It should be noted that gynecomastia is different from obesity, as obesity is caused by various factors leading to fat accumulation. Gynecomastia, on the other hand, involves an increase in mammary glands along with fat accumulation, resulting in an exaggerated appearance of male breasts.
Causes of gynecomastia in men include:
– Lack of exercise
– Hormonal imbalance
– Excessive alcohol consumption
– Misuse of drugs and medications without proper medical guidance
– Genetic factors
Advantages of male gynecomastia surgery with Dr. Samir Ghoraba include:
– A simple and safe procedure
– Guaranteed results of 100%
– Affordable cost
– Quick and permanent solution
– Practical approach compared to other methods
– Fast recovery with a short recovery period
Male mastectomy procedures at Dr. Samir Ghoraba’s clinic involve the following steps:
– Comprehensive medical examination
– Identification of areas requiring excision
– Local anesthesia is typically administered to the patient
– For first, second, and third-degree gynecomastia cases, fat and gland removal is performed through a micro-incision using a vaser. In some cases, Dr. Samir may make a surgical incision around the brown areola to remove the gland without leaving a noticeable scar.
– Fourth-degree gynecomastia cases with severe skin sagging are treated with different surgical methods and advanced techniques that ensure a firm shape without sagging, tailored to each case. Dr. Samir Ghoraba has developed a method that minimizes significant scarring compared to traditional surgical methods. A minor surgical incision is made to remove excess fat and breast tissue.
– The recovery period begins.
Dr. Samir Ghoraba utilizes advanced techniques to control postoperative pain, including:
– The use of a surgical technique that preserves nerves
– Injection of local anesthetics near the nerves to prevent pain
– Patient controlled analgesia (PCA), which is the most effective pain control method in the world, ensuring a pain-free experience after surgery.
Dr. Samir Ghoraba’s instructions for gynecomastia removal in men:
Dr. Samir advises all individuals suffering from gynecomastia to undergo surgery as it is the ideal and only solution to address this problem at its root and achieve a natural appearance in men. Creams, ointments, and exercises will not yield satisfactory results.
The surgery provides breasts that are not drooping or excessively large, allowing individuals to
choose their favorite clothes and enjoy public and private beaches with a perfect body free from enlarged breasts.
Post-gynecomastia instructions for men
– It is important to get out of bed early after surgery, preferably with assistance, and engage in walking frequently.
– Move the legs and ankles, avoiding crossing the legs or placing them on top of each other while in bed.
– Follow a light diet, starting with warm water and fluids, gradually returning to normal food intake the day after surgery.
– Completely avoid smoking.
– Avoid strenuous activities and heavy lifting for three weeks.
– Wear the corset day and night, removing it only for the first month after surgery. It is recommended to take a warm bath and wear the corset before the initial follow-up, drying it with a hair dryer.
– Keep spare parts dry until the first follow-up appointment.
– Swelling and bruising on the body are expected, but will gradually subside and disappear within 3-4 months.
– Itching or numbness may be experienced in the areas that underwent suction, which will gradually decrease over time.
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