Breast Liposuction

This surgery is applicable to patients with simple fatty breast tissue proliferation (adipose type) or obesity-induced pseudogynecomastia, which accounts for approximately 30% of all cases of gynecomastia. The characteristics of gynecomastia are that the male chest texture is as soft as the female breast and that it is usually combined with whole body obesities. Procedures are similar to those of female accessory breast liposuction. A 2-mm incision is made at the inferolateral margin of the chest, and after hemostatics and painkillers are injected into the periphery of the mammary gland, liposuction tubes of diverse sizes are inserted into the subcutaneous layer for liposuction till the breast becomes flat. Dr. Chuang utilizes the latest Ultra-Z lipolysis machine that shatters the relatively hard fat and fiber tissues adjacent to the mammary gland via high-frequency ultrasound waves, which completely melts adipose cells before they are aspirated. This not only effectively removes very superficial fats in copious amounts but also sculpts pectoralis lines to render more significant results.

Surgical conditions


  • Type of anesthesia: IV sedation + local anesthesia
  • Type of incision: A 2-mm needle hole at inferolateral to the chest
  • Recovery: 2–3 days
  • Removal of stitches: 7 days

General instructions

No food and water on the day of surgery

  • Avoid strenuous upper body activities for 1 week postoperatively.
  • Wear tights or a chest girdle for 1 month postoperatively to prevent skin laxity.

Ideal candidates

  • Patients with excess breast development due to obesity (pseudogynecomastia)
  • Those with congenital fatty breast tissue proliferation
  • Those with rapid growth of breast tissues but without any evidence of cerebral central endocrine diseases

Possible complications

  • Mastitis
  • Breast skin laxity
  • Incomplete correction
  • Results short of expectation

Surgical advantages

  1. The process is painless, and the recovery is rapid.

  2. The surgery only leaves a needle hole, and no scar is noticed.

  3. It protects a majority of breast tissues from being destructed.

Surgical drawbacks

  1. It is unable to treat patients with mammary gland proliferation.

  2. The breasts may present enlargement due to obesity in the future.

  3. Excess liposuction may cause breast skin laxity.

  4. Surgical results may be less significant.

Possible procedures in conjunction

Before & After

These photographs represent typical results, but not everyone who undergoes plastic surgery will achieve the same.

Breast Liposuction