If you've been lacking self-confidence because of gynecomastia, you're not alone. Every year in the US, tens of thousands of men opt for male breast reduction surgery. In fact, it's the most common plastic surgery procedure for men. Unfortunately, hitting the gym and eating the right food doesn't always build the masculine chest you're after. That's because breast tissue—unlike regular body fat—can never be completely eliminated without surgery. The good news? There's no shame in gynecomastia, but there is an easy solution.
As a plastic surgeon, I perform my fair share of male breast reductions. Over the years, I've found the best way to guarantee ideal results for my patients has been to really listen to their needs, allowing me to craft the ultimate plan for their procedure and recovery. If you're in the same boat as many of my past patients, I urge you to get in touch right away to schedule a free consultation. No sales pitch, just you and me discussing how to build the masculine chest you deserve.
Stop falling for scams. It's time for an honest assessment of your gynecomastia—and an honest treatment.
Gyno surgery isn't just about reducing male breasts—it's about creating the masculine form you desire.
Never be embarrassed to take your shirt off again. You've got the body you deserve, time to show the world.
Dr. Jones' board certification comes from the ASPS, the only official board of plastic surgery—and the certification your surgeon must have to be trustworthy.
Over the past 20 years, Dr. Jones has helped thousands of patients (many just like you) achieve a body they can finally feel comfortable with. Whether your needs are complex or simple, Dr. Jones is perfectly equipped to bring your vision to life.
And, Dr. Jones extensive training and experience are also part of the reason why he was nominated president of the Utah State Plastic Surgery Society.Learn About Dr. Jones
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Dr. Jones' patient-first mindset is one of the reasons he's able to consistently get the results his patients want, and why his past and current patients rate him one of Utah's most talented and professional doctors on Real Self, again and again.
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Dr. Jones' state-of-the-art Cascade Cosmetic Surgery Center and Medical Spa solves two of our patients' biggest problems—strict scheduling and insufficient on-site facilities for major surgeries.
Dr. Jones is available from Monday to Saturday for patient consultations and scheduling surgeries, making it incredibly easy for you to get your surgery done with and get on with the rest of your life.
Plus, his facility offers a full surgery center, meaning you'll never have to drive halfway across town to spend the night in a strange hospital—we have everything you need, all in one convenient location.See Surgical Suite
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The average cost for male breast reduction is difficult to nail down, because there are so many factors that go into each procedure. However, Dr. Jones offers some of the most competitive prices in Utah.
On top of that, we're also a proud partner of Care Credit—no matter what the average cost of male breast reduction is, we can offer financing to help make your procedure a reality.
First, it's important to determine whether or not you have gynecomastia. If you've been exercising and already reached a healthy weight—but still have enlarged breasts—odds are higher you have gynecomastia.
Breast tissue can be a mixture of fatty deposits and glandular tissue, the former of which can be removed with liposuction, and the latter which requires incisions. In any case, the only way to know for sure is to meet with a trained plastic surgeon, and determine which procedure—if any—is best for you.
Because male breast reductions are a relatively non-intrusive procedure, recovery time is minimal.
Although you'll be advised to wear a compression garment for 2-3 weeks following your surgery, you can return to work in just a few days, and resume normal physical activity within a month.
Most bruising and swelling will dissipate after 6 weeks, although it's recommended to avoid sun exposure for 6 months after your surgery.
The fastest way to get started on the path to a more masculine, confident you is to schedule a FREE consultation with Dr. Jones today. You'll meet with him in a completely relaxed environment, free from sales pressure, where you'll get all of your questions answered.
What do you have to lose? Contact us today, and find out if a breast reduction is right for you.