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Pseudogynecomastia vs Gynecomastia and How AirSculpt Treats Both in Los Angeles

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What is Gynecomastia?

Medical journals describe gynecomastia as a benign enlargement of the male breast as the result of increased growth of the glandular component. Put more simply, gynecomastia is a condition where men's breast tissue becomes enlarged. Factors contributing to this condition are hormonal imbalance, excess weight gain, frequent usage of marijuana, specific medications, and undiagnosed adrenal and pituitary tumors. Gynecomastia affects about 50-60 percent of adolescent men.

What is Pseudogynecomastia?

Also referred to as lipomastia and adipomastia, pseudogynecomastia affects 33% of men. Although that number may seem small, on average, that means one in ten men suffer from this condition. According to the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery medical journal, pseudogynecomastia is "caused by increased fat deposition." Factors that contribute to pseudogynecomastia are a high intake of excess fat combined with low testosterone levels, high estrogen levels, and a low metabolism. For those who need a refresher on their high school biochemistry coursework, this means that more fat is entering the body than it can actively burn, combined with a hormone imbalance that forces the body to favor breast growth over growth in other areas. On a strictly superficial level, pseudogynecomastia is nearly identical to gynecomastia. 

What is the Difference Between Pseudogynecomastia vs. Gynecomastia?

The difference between pseudogynecomastia and gynecomastia is the underlying cause of male breast enlargement. The cause of gynecomastia is usually Klinefelter's syndrome or idiopathic, meaning the reason is because of a disease or otherwise bodily disorder. Pseudogynecomastia, on the other hand, is caused by excessive weight gain or obesity. Understanding the differences between these two incredibly similar biological problems can help identify the best solution in stopping them.

Los Angeles' Best Gynecomastia Surgery

Despite the differences between pseudogynecomastia and gynecomastia, there is a treatment that can effectively treat both conditions: The AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment. Located in Beverly Hills, Elite Body Sculpture offers a comprehensive male breast reduction surgery. AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment is the most sophisticated solution to achieving the perfect body. Unlike other traditional techniques, AirSculpt® permanently treats the conditions. 

The process of AirSculpt® is simple. Using a tool called an AirPen, the surgeon numbs the skin with a topical solution distributed via air pressure differentials. Then, using a biopsy punch tool on the target area, the surgeon creates a small, freckle-like scar that will serve as the entryway. Before using a laser to soften the fat, the surgeon will apply local anesthesia to the target area. The fat is then softened and prepared for extraction. Precisely and carefully, using a power-automated cannula, the surgeon plucks the fat from the body by the cell for the most dramatic, yet accurate body contouring results possible today.

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What is Gynecomastia?

Medical journals describe gynecomastia as a benign enlargement of the male breast as the result of increased growth of the glandular component. Put more simply, gynecomastia is a condition where men's breast tissue becomes enlarged. Factors contributing to this condition are hormonal imbalance, excess weight gain, frequent usage of marijuana, specific medications, and undiagnosed adrenal and pituitary tumors. Gynecomastia affects about 50-60 percent of adolescent men.

What is Pseudogynecomastia?

Also referred to as lipomastia and adipomastia, pseudogynecomastia affects 33% of men. Although that number may seem small, on average, that means one in ten men suffer from this condition. According to the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery medical journal, pseudogynecomastia is "caused by increased fat deposition." Factors that contribute to pseudogynecomastia are a high intake of excess fat combined with low testosterone levels, high estrogen levels, and a low metabolism. For those who need a refresher on their high school biochemistry coursework, this means that more fat is entering the body than it can actively burn, combined with a hormone imbalance that forces the body to favor breast growth over growth in other areas. On a strictly superficial level, pseudogynecomastia is nearly identical to gynecomastia. 

What is the Difference Between Pseudogynecomastia vs. Gynecomastia?

The difference between pseudogynecomastia and gynecomastia is the underlying cause of male breast enlargement. The cause of gynecomastia is usually Klinefelter's syndrome or idiopathic, meaning the reason is because of a disease or otherwise bodily disorder. Pseudogynecomastia, on the other hand, is caused by excessive weight gain or obesity. Understanding the differences between these two incredibly similar biological problems can help identify the best solution in stopping them.

Los Angeles' Best Gynecomastia Surgery

Despite the differences between pseudogynecomastia and gynecomastia, there is a treatment that can effectively treat both conditions: The AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment. Located in Beverly Hills, Elite Body Sculpture offers a comprehensive male breast reduction surgery. AirSculpt® Gynecomastia Treatment is the most sophisticated solution to achieving the perfect body. Unlike other traditional techniques, AirSculpt® permanently treats the conditions. 

The process of AirSculpt® is simple. Using a tool called an AirPen, the surgeon numbs the skin with a topical solution distributed via air pressure differentials. Then, using a biopsy punch tool on the target area, the surgeon creates a small, freckle-like scar that will serve as the entryway. Before using a laser to soften the fat, the surgeon will apply local anesthesia to the target area. The fat is then softened and prepared for extraction. Precisely and carefully, using a power-automated cannula, the surgeon plucks the fat from the body by the cell for the most dramatic, yet accurate body contouring results possible today.

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