Photographs Before After Skin Reduction Male Mastopexy Breast Lift
Nipples belong just above the lower aspect of the pectoral muscles. Low nipples after major weight loss can interfere with a Male looking chest. Restoring sagging areola to above the pectoral muscles is part of contouring the male chest after losing weight.
Low Nipples / Areola After Losing Weight and Before Chest Lift with Skin Reduction
3 Months After Chest Lift with Skin Reduction, Nipples / Areola where they belong above lower edge pectoral muscles.
Photographs before Chest Lift with Skin Reduction
Patient's chest muscles relaxed.
|Photographs 3 Months After Skin Reduction Chest Lift
Patient's chest muscles are relaxed.
|Photographs 3 Months After Skin Reduction Chest Lift with tightened chest muscles. The areola and nipples are now above the lower edge of the pectoral chest muscles.|
|Photographs before Chest Lift with Skin Reduction with hanging nipples and areola well below the pectoral muscles.|
|Photographs 3 Months After Skin Reduction Chest Lift showing good tissue mobility.|
22 year old African American Male did not like his low nipples and loose chest skin after a 75 pound weight loss. He already had a tummy tuck abdominoplasty to deal with the drooping abdominal tissues the year before. The stomach was fine, but now the chest was still an embarrassment. Especially during activity, the hanging skin would bounce around reminding him of the deformity. He compensated with multiple layers of thicker clothing, not wearing thin clothing like T-shirts, elastic compression, and avoiding showing his chest in public.
22 year old male
5 foot 6 inches tall weighing 155 pounds
Location Surgery: Bermant Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Center (Office Operating Room)
Anesthesia: Tumescent Local with Sedation
Method: Dynamic technique, excision mass (Right = 18 x 10 x 3.5cm, Left = 15 x 10 x 5cm), fat flap sculpture Skin Reduction Male Mastopexy Chest Lift using superficial fascia suspension system (SFS), and Liposuction Contouring (100cc fat removed in addition to the excised tissue).