Gynecomastia Surgery

Gynecomastia (pronounced guy-neh-co-mastia) is Greek for "women's breasts". The term was first coined by Galen, a second-century AD physician. Gynecomastia describes excess glandular and/or fatty breast tissues in man.

Gynecomastia is a male breast disorder. Depending on the patient's clinical condition, gynecomastia surgery and gynecomastia corrective surgery may be insurance and Medisave claimable. Enlarged male breasts come in various degrees ranging from very mild to significant enlargement, often accompanied by sagging skin, causing pain and discomfort for men.

Disclaimer: Image above is for illustrative purposes only. Due to strict regulations from the Ministry of Health, licensed healthcare practices in Singapore are not allowed to show and share before-and-after photos or videos in the public domain (websites, social media, magazines) or through any form of push technology such as Whatsapp, SMS, MMs, Facebook messenger, and other messaging platforms. “Before-and-after” or only “after” treatment photographs, pictures, videos, and films relating to a treatment may be shown to patients privately during in-clinic consultation with Dr. Ivan Puah.

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