Gynecomastia St. Petersburg
Gynecomastia is common among men and frequently is a sensitive topic. Typically, males gain breast tissue during the teenage years that resolves by early adulthood. Unfortunately, the breast tissue does not always involute. Men also commonly develop breast tissue later in life as testosterone levels diminish. Occasionally hormones, medications, and behavioral factors can lead to gynecomastia and should be addressed accordingly. Once surgical intervention is desired and indicated, which technique is necessary is decided on an individual basis. Most patients seeking gynecomastia surgery can have Vaser lipoelection, but sometimes may require removal of breast tissue and skin by traditional surgical incisions.