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Gynecomastia Surgery Cost

Gynecomastia Surgery Cost

This 46-year-old male whose gynecomastia surgery was a success.

What does gynecomastia surgery cost? The cost of gynecomastia surgery varies, depending on the amount of skin, excess fat, and glandular tissue a patient possesses. Depending on the degree and number of concerned components, either liposuction, direct excision, or both may be necessary, ultimately affecting the average cost of gynecomastia.

Various liposuction techniques may be recommended and utilized by your surgeon for your breast enlargement case. The most appropriate technique and surgical plan for your case will be determined before your procedure, which will determine your surgery cost, appropriate surgical plan, and, ultimately, your results.

For patients with only excess fat and minimal glandular tissue, and no breast sagging, treatment can be managed with liposuction only. When only excess fatty tissue must be addressed, then your liposuction cosmetic procedure can be done under a local anesthetic solution. This means avoiding unnecessary fees related to anesthesia fees. Avoiding general anesthesia is possible since a small incision of less than 1/2 cm in length is used to insert a hollow tube cannula to complete your gynecomastia procedure.

A combination of liposuction and direct gland excision is required for patients with enlarged breasts that contain excess fat and prominent glands. The direct gland excision requires a small incision along the inferior edge of the areola. Because this procedure is more invasive, either local anesthetic or general anesthesia may be employed to complete your cosmetic surgery, depending on your pain tolerance.

Finally, for patients with severe breast skin redundancy, a wedge excision may be necessary to complete your gynecomastia surgery. Extensive loose skin is removed with the excision of skin and soft tissues along the inferior aspect of the soft breast tissues. Skin removal with an excision line positioned along the inframammary crease allows for the definitive removal of excess skin and adiposity. Since this surgery is more invasive, then general anesthesia is typically recommended.

Whether you have minimal or more generous enlargement of your male breasts and are interested in breast reduction to remove the excess fat, glands, or breast skin, SurgiSculpt can help to achieve a male breast size that is aesthetically pleasing in appearance and proportionates with your body.

How Much Does Gynecomastia Surgery Cost

Depending on the personalized assessment provided by a skilled surgeon, as well as the anesthesia recommended, gynecomastia surgery pricing typically ranges from $6,000 to $10,000.

Gynecomastia surgery costs can widely vary if patients elect to undergo more extensive male body contouring. For example, if your surgical plan includes high-definition liposuction of the abdomen, flanks, and lower back, in addition to your chest contouring, then pricing may increase to a pricing range of $18,000-$26,000

These gynecomastia surgery costs include operating room facilities fees, anesthesia fees, and other related expenses. A cosmetic surgeon’s fee for gynecomastia surgery will also be based on their experience, office location, and the actual surgical plan.

If you are interested in gynecomastia surgery cost, or if you need help financing, many plastic surgeons offer patients patient financing plans, as most health insurance plans do not cover gynecomastia-male breast reduction surgery unless you are experiencing symptoms.

If you are still determining whether you can be covered in your surgery, we urge you to make a complimentary gynecomastia surgery consultation with our financing team. If you are interested in learning more about gynecomastia surgery cost or your options and to determine if you are a good candidate for this affordable procedure, please schedule a complimentary consultation with Southern California’s elite cosmetic center, SurgiSculpt.

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