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Many men suffer from enlargement of the mammary glands, which is known as gynaecomastia. This condition has a number of causes, which may include hormonal problems, obesity and genetic issues. Tissue weakening can also occur in older men as part of the ageing process.Many of those who suffer from gynaecomastia would much prefer to have a flatter, firmer male chest, and this can be achieved with surgery.

The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia and requires a 2-3 cm long incision which is made at the lower edge of the nipple. This allows the underlying glandular tissue to be removed, and liposuction is also used at the same time to take away accumulated fatty tissue. A surgical removal of glandular and fatty tissue should normally rectify and prevent and further breast growth, though renewed breast development can occur in some cases.

Of course, every care is taken during the procedure to create a harmonious chest contour, and in most cases modern surgical techniques mean large scars can be avoided.
Many men yearn for a strong, handsome chest to enhance and highlight their masculinity. However, working out in the gym is often not enough to produce the desired profile, which is why more and more men are now interested in surgical breast augmentation.

This type of breast augmentation surgery is similar to the procedure employed for female breast enlargement. However, the implants used have a different shape in order to conform to the male anatomy. During the procedure, which takes place under general anaesthesia, an incision is made under the armpit, or under the nipple. A space is then created between the ribs and the large pectoral muscle, and the pectoral implant is then put in place.

The implants used are either round or teardrop-shaped, though men can also choose to opt for a female breast profile.
Lots of men are keen to develop a larger penis, both in terms of length and girth (thickness). And many men seek a penile thickening procedure to achieve this. The technique can be performed using either hyaluronic acid or existing body fat, and can increase the organ’s circumference by between 1 and 2 cm.

The shaft of the penis can be injected with hyaluronic acid gel. This procedure is performed on an outpatient basis under local anaesthetic and takes about 20 to 40 minutes. The hyaluronic acid is introduced using specially rounded micro-cannulas to prevent injury to tissue and blood vessels. Then the hyaluronic gel is distributed around the subcutaneous tissue until the desired shape is achieved.

It is also possible to inject the penis with autologous fat. The first step here is to take fat tissue from another area of the body – for example, from the stomach or the inside of the thigh. This is then cleaned, processed and homogenised before being injected into the shaft of the penis. Next, the body fat is carefully distributed so that there will be a consistent result after healing has taken place. Once an injection with autologous fat has been performed, it takes about five weeks for the tissue to fully grow in its new position.
A lot of men desire a larger penis, because the perception that this external sexual organ is too small can sometimes lead to a lack of self-esteem and other mental health problems.

Depending upon your physique, penis enhancement surgery may be able to extend the length of this organ by between 2 and 5 cm. The abdominal skin around the pubic mound is cut using a Y-shaped incision. Through this aperture, the tendon which is attached to the penis itself and to the pubic mound is partially severed. This then causes the erectile tissue to fall forwards, pulling the penis further out and away from the body so that it thus hangs lower. The tendon is then reattached lower down using further body tissue. One advantage of this particular procedure is that no nerve or vascular tissue is cut and the penis root remains untouched.

Patients will be advised to allow a short period of rest and recovery to get used to a penis extension, after which sexual activity can be gradually resumed. A gentle massage performed alone or with a partner can also facilitate a return to normal function.
Many women want to improve the aesthetic beauty of their labia. Others may request a surgical reduction procedure because the folds of skin extend across most of the vaginal opening. This condition can be due to genetic factors, but it is more often a result of the normal ageing process. More and more women are now opting for a labia reduction to remedy this.

A labia reduction procedure is carried out using either a general anaesthetic or a local anaesthetic and will take between 1 and 1.5 hours.

In most cases, a reduction of the outer labia minora section of the labia is all that is required. The excess skin is removed, and recovery takes around 4-6 weeks, during which time some soreness may be experienced. However, any nerves affecting sexual function will not normally be touched or affected by the procedure, so there should be no loss of physical sensation or disturbance of genital sensitivity. Subject to the physical constitution of each patient, the procedure can also be used to reduce and tighten redundant skin around the clitoris.

Naturally, the above is a general description of various procedures, which can never replace a personal consultation with a specialist in plastic surgery. Unfortunately, the provisions of the Medication Advertising Act prevent us from including any before-and- after pictures showing you the results of the surgery we describe.

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