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How much does male breast reduction surgery cost

How much will Male Breast Reduction cost?

The cost of male breast reduction surgery in the UK will vary between £2000-£3000 at cheaper clinics and upwards of £4000-£5000 for a more highly rated and established surgery. The price will depend on your individual needs, the type of procedure that you have, and the clinic that you choose. However many clinics now offer potential male breast reduction patients payment plans to help fund the cost of their Gynaecomastia surgery.

What causes Gynecomastia?

Some men can suffer from the over development of their breasts due to the retention of fat in that area. It occurs most during puberty but after a couple of years this excess usually rights itself without the need for any operation. It can also become a problem if there is a significant weight gain or excess skin may need to be removed if there is significant weight loss. It is estimated that around 50 per cent of men in the United Kingdom are affected by this at some time in their lives. This condition can cause embarrassment and distress and stop them taking part in many activities including swimming, exercise and showering in public. It is not a medically life threatening condition but many men want to change their chest shape because of it.

Male Breast Reduction Clinics

Clinic Compare can help you find and compare male breast reduction clinics in the UK. We can put you in touch with clinics in your local area to compare the cost of male breast reduction surgery, finding the best clinic for your specific requirements.

The benefits and side effects of surgery

Surgery can transform the patient's life allowing them to participate fully, as their self-confidence grows, in activities they may have previously excluded themselves from. Most people experience no complications from the surgery however as with any operation there are small risks from the anaesthetic. There can be some bleeding or infection after the surgery and some increase or decrease in sensitivity although this is very rare.

Important considerations

When making the decision, price should not be the only factor you should take into consideration. Here is a check list based on advice from the Department of Health:

  1. Spend some time thinking about what you exactly you want to change and why.
  2. Research potential surgeons who are specialised and experienced in male breast reduction surgery with the correct qualifications.
  3. Discuss what you want to achieve with the surgeon. Ask about the risks and potential results.
  4. After your consultation with the surgeon take some time to think about whether you want to proceed.
  5. Plan your aftercare. Is there someone who can help care for you? Consider care if complications arise.

Gynecomastia Finance Options

Many clinics are now offering Gynaecomastia financing packages to cover all or part of the surgery cost. The plans vary from those which let patients "buy now and pay later" and those that help you spread the cost over 9, 10 or 12 months. Some providers may also offer the option to take out an 0% interest loan to be paid back after a payment holiday over the pre-determined period. The clinics that offer these finance plans usually require any prospective patients to undergo a credit check as standard practice beforehand.

Alternatives to Paying For Male Breast Reduction Surgery in the UK

If a man has enlarged breasts that are not due to being overweight it is possible to get breast reduction surgery in the UK on the NHS. Abroad male breast reduction prices can be from 14% to 70% less than in the UK, but when you factor in the cost of travel and paying for checkups and antibiotics when you return to the UK, male breast reduction prices in the UK are still competitive.

Surgery standards in the UK are very high and the aftercare is excellent. It is easy to check whether your surgeon is properly qualified to do the surgery. It is, therefore, safer to have your breast reduction surgery done in the UK.
Surgery abroad

You may be tempted to go abroad for surgery. Other factors to take into account are the additional costs of risk, pain, travel, accommodation, any revision or follow-up surgery, complications and aftercare.

Before you board the plane to Bulgaria, Brazil or anywhere else offering rock bottom prices, it is worth bearing in mind that private cosmetic surgery in England is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Their remit does not extend outside the country so would not be able to assist you should you encounter any problems with surgery undertaken abroad.

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