Get a More Masculine Build with
Male Chest Sculpting
If you’ve got too much on top and can’t get rid of it through diet and exercise, talk to Belle Medical about male chest sculpting. With our HD Body Sculpting technology, we can quickly and painlessly remove the stubborn chest fat that keeps you from complimenting yourself in the mirror.
True Gynecomastia and Pseudogynecomastia
People who aren’t happy with their appearance, especially their weight, tend to take it out on themselves, but a flabby chest isn’t necessarily the individual’s fault. Some men have a medical condition called gynecomastia that results in enlarged breast tissue for boys and men—commonly referred to as “man boobs.”
Gynecomastia is primarily caused by a hormone imbalance, specifically a higher production of estrogen than testosterone. According to the National Institute of Health, gynecomastia affects roughly 65% of men between the ages of 27 and 92, and although it isn’t serious or life-threatening, it can make a severely negative impact on a man’s mental health and self-confidence.
The “true” form of gynecomastia is a glandular problem, and it should be treated by a primary care physician or another specialist. If the excess tissue in the chest is fatty rather than glandular, the condition is considered “pseudogynecomastia”—this is where Belle Medical comes in.
Male Chest Contouring Can Help
Men who can’t get the body shape they want by grinding it out in the gym can rely on Belle Medical’s chest sculpting procedures. Chest sculpting is an effective and minimally invasive form of male breast reduction surgery, either as a treatment for gynecomastia or for purely personal cosmetic reasons.
We use HD Body Sculpting to permanently remove fat cells from the patient’s breast, sculpting their desired chest shape afterward. The fat is removed through a gentle suction process that doesn’t require anesthesia, stitches, or hospital stays—there should be very little scarring, if any, and minimal downtime following the procedure. Since the body is unlikely to produce new fat cells after puberty, chest sculpting treatments are more or less permanent, and they boost tissue retraction to prevent skin in the affected area from sagging over time.
Best Candidates for a Chest Sculpting Procedure
Chest sculpting is ideal for men who:
- Have small to medium breasts resulting from soft or fatty breast tissue
- Experience confidence issues and shame as a result of enlarged breast tissue
- Are generally healthy, with no serious medical conditions
- Have 24-48 hours to recover after treatment
All prospective patients go through a consultation with our physicians, who determine whether or not someone is a good candidate for chest sculpting. Men with pseudogynecomastia should be a great fit, while those with glandular, “true” gynecomastia will be referred elsewhere. In very rare cases, a man with extreme gynecomastia requires a total male mastectomy for treatment—we don’t perform these procedures ourselves, but we can help someone determine their best course of action if necessary.
Choose a Better Build Today
Belle Medical’s chest sculpting treatment allows men to get the contoured and chiseled chest they’ve never been able to achieve with just diet and exercise. You’ll feel confident going shirtless at the beach and wearing tight tees when you permanently remove the breast fat that’s been holding you back. Don’t suffer in silence any longer—book your free consultation with Belle Medical now.
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