Author Topic: Question about scarring from surgery  (Read 1529 times)

Offline rick007

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I have pretty minor gynecomastia and am considering surgery. I just want to make sure that the scars from after the surgery won't look worse than what I have now. I was wondering if someone could give me an idea about what the scars would look like after a successful surgery over the long term:
Is it the kind of thing where you wouldn't even notice if you look directly at your nipples? Would your girlfriend notice? Could people notice even from a distance if you have your shirt off?

Like I said, my gyne is very minor, and I don't need major reshaping of the pecs or anything- I just want to get rid of the puffiness right at my nipples. Can surgeons make smaller incisions to minimize scarring in this case?

Also, I was referred to one surgeon and talked to him, and he seemed very confident, but I want to make sure that he's the best I can do. How should I go about knowing this?

Any info you could give would help so much with my decision. Thanks so much.



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