Secondary corrections refer to operations undertaken to improve the outcome after primary surgery. Secondary corrections for gynecomastia are done to improve the appearance of the operated site.
Some of the deformities that may be corrected with secondary surgery include the following:
Timing of secondary corrections of gynecomastia.
We usually wait for a year before undertaking secondary corrections. This has some advantages. They include the following,
Various procedures are undertaken during secondary gynecomastia corrections. These may be carried out in isolation or as a combination. They include,
A surgical plan is based on the appearance of the deformity and concerns of the patient. In other words, such plans are customized. Two patients with a similar-looking deformity may undergo different types of surgical correction. A realistic expectation is important since it is usually only possible to make some improvements in the appearance. Also, secondary corrections are usually taken after a year following the primary surgery. During this period patients can help optimize their appearance by the following activities.
Secondary corrections of gynecomastia can help improve the appearance of selected individuals.
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