Philip Turton Cosmetic Breast Surgeon

 

Male Breast Reduction

 

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After

 
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Front
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  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynae M Front Post
    Pre operative picture of gynaecomastia on right side causing unwanted swelling of right pectoral and nipple area. This was removed by Mr Turton through a small cosmetic incision hidden in areola.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynae M Side Pre
    Pre operative picture of gynaecomastia on right side causing unwanted swelling of right pectoral and nipple area. This was removed by Mr Turton through a small cosmetic incision hidden in areola.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynae M Front Pre
    Post-operative result just 2-weeks later. No visible scar.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynae M Side Post
    Post-operative result just 2-weeks later. No visible scar.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynaecomastia L Front Pre
    Male excess breast tissue growth causing prominence of the nipple areola complex and pain. A small breast is clearly visible on both sides. This tissue typically feels thick beneath the nipple.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynaecomastia L Front Left Pre
    In the profile view the embarrasing cosmetic disfigurement of male gynaecomastia is most obvious. The nipple is pushed forwards by the underlying tissue.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynaecomastia L Left Post
    At 3-weeks after male breast reduction surgery by Mr Turton, through a very fine peri-areola incision, the profile has returned to normal. There is some post-operative swelling still present which takes a further 3-weeks to resolve, but this is not apparent from the photograph.
  • Philip Turton - Cosmetic Breast Surgeon: Gynaecomastia L Right Post
    There is some post-operative swelling still present which takes a further 3-weeks to resolve, but this is not apparent from the photograph. Mr Turton will ask his patients to wear a simple support garment for this time.
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