What is Gynecomastia?

Gynecomastia is a term for enlarged male breasts; also known as “man boobs”, gynecomastia is usually caused by hormonal changes (increased estrogen), genetic predisposition, use of certain medications or obesity.

Gynecomastia surgery Turkey is performed to reduce the size of enlarged male breasts and to achieve a more masculine appearance. Gynecomastia is a common problem for men; the condition can cause aesthetic discomfort and thus low self-confidence. Gynecomastia allows men to get their desired chest look and regain their confidence in social life.

Gynecomastia is a very popular procedure and the success rate of it is over %93. Most of the gynecomastia surgery Turkey patients enjoy their permanent results without any complaints.

  • Duration of Treatment | 1-2 Hours
  • Hospitalization | 1 Day
  • Type of Anaesthetic | General

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MaxxClinic Health Facilities provides guaranteed results and clear treatment services.

We are extremely proud of the outstanding achievements of our doctors, nurses and assistants that have made MaxxClinic so successful. We all work together to help our patients through recovery, providing the best possible care.

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Since its founding MaxxClinic has been providing its patients with full medical care, plastic surgery,
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