Male Chest


2 Hours


1 Week


Aesthetically Pleasing Chest


Mild to Moderate

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1 What are the types of Gynaecomastia correction?

    Gynaecomastia can be due to fat excess, breast tissue excess or both. Accordingly, either liposuction or gland excision or a combination of both can be done to treat this condition.

  • 2

    It is a daycare procedure and you will be discharged from the hospital on the same day of surgery.

  • 3

    You will be seen by our anaesthetist before surgery and then admitted on the day of surgery. The surgery is conducted under general anaesthesia and takes about 2 hours. Liposuction is done through tiny stab incisions which are not noticeable. If you require gland excision, a semicircular incision around the areola is done (which is totally inconspicuous) to remove the gland. You will be given some painkillers and antibiotics and discharged on the same day evening. You will be advised to wear compression garments after surgery.

  • 4

    There will be a follow-up appointment after 1 week to check the wound. Most of the swelling goes down in a week, but final results can be usually seen after 6 weeks of surgery when the swelling and bruising completely recedes.

  • 5

    You will be able to go back to normal activities from the next day. Strenuous activity like jogging, gym and sports can be resumed after 3 weeks.


  • 6

    Infection, bleeding, swelling, bruising and pain are common complications that can happen. The pain will be managed by our acute pain service team while in the hospital. Some alterations in sensations of the nipple and areola are common but usually recovers in about 6 weeks time.

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