Gynaecomastia
surgery

Men feel uncomfortable with enlarged breasts. We’re here to help you change that by using modern and efficient techniques.

Our experience

Before

surgery

At the consultation, our experts find out what causes gynaecomastia in your case. They examine you and prescribe various medical tests. Our experts choose the technique depending on the type and severity of gynaecomastia as well as your skin elasticity.
During

surgery

The procedure is completely safe. Performed under general anaesthesia, it takes about 1–2 hours. The expert restores a normal male breast contour, corrects any asymmetry, and reduces areolas.
After

surgery

After surgery, the doctor will put compression garments on you. They must be worn for 2–3 weeks. You need to spend the first day under the permanent care of our medical staff at Medical Club Grace.

Our approach to gynaecomastia surgery

No man is immune to gynaecomastia. Male breasts enlarge and become asymmetrical due to affected endocrine profiles. Any breast deformity is a sharp blow to your self-esteem: you feel uncomfortable about going to the sauna and beach as well as put on baggy clothes which hide the evident pathology as much as possible. 

Our experts offer you to undergo gynaecomastia surgery. This will help you quickly and efficiently get rid of insecurities and discomfort.

Doctors

All doctors

Serhii
Hryshai

Plastic surgeon. Hair transplantation expert. Phlebologist. 12 years of surgical expertise 

Q&A

Does gynaecomastia require any treatment?

Our experts recommend treating gynaecomastia in any case. Hormonal imbalances affect not only breast enlargement but also your overall health. Advanced gynaecomastia can cause breast cancer. Therefore, timely treatment is vital.

Do active workouts help reduce my breasts?

Active workouts can help you burn excess body fat. But you won’t get rid of your enlarged breasts. Therefore, our experts suggest combining active workouts and gynaecomastia surgery.

At what age is it better to treat gynaecomastia?

Any surgery is allowed from the age of 18. However, gynaecomastia can manifest itself in adolescence. The boys’ endocrine profile changes actively. But you don’t need to worry, since this pathology is considered to be physiological and can regress on its own within 2–3 years.