Developing glandular tissue is the primary hallmark of gynecomastia, which is what can cause a breast-like shape. Glandular tissue is a direct result of a hormone imbalance or is a side effect of some medications. Excision techniques can be implemented during your male breast reduction to remove glandular tissue, restoring the shape of your chest.
Fatty tissue accumulation around the areolas can create a puffy, breast-like chest appearance. Excess fat may or may not be accompanied by glandular tissue. While a medical condition may be the cause of your fat accumulation, an unhealthy diet, using steroids, or abusing drugs and alcohol can result in excess breast tissue.
Glandular tissue and excess fat can rob your chest of its masculine definition. This can be a source of embarrassment, which may prevent you from feeling confident in your appearance. By treating your excess glandular tissue and/or fatty tissue, we can restore a more attractive chest look that will make you feel more comfortable with your body.