Gynaecomastia / Andromastia

Gynaecomastia / Andromastia

40% of men are affected by over development of the male breast – according to BAAPS. What to do and how to treat? Gynaecomastia, from the Greek for “gynae” (women) and “mastia” (breast) should perhaps be called andromastia – “male breast” and indeed this is the popular term to describe man-boobs in Spanish and Portuguese.

Paul Levick is a pioneer of aesthetic surgery – he was the first British consultant plastic surgeon to embrace and challenge many cosmetic surgical procedures and aim to improve them. Paul has made the surgical correction of gynaecomastia his life’s work. With well over 500 patients, he has developed a scar-less surgical technique that removes the male breast bud through a small puncture in the armpit, using infiltration, liposuction and brute force.

This module includes a webinar presentation by Paul Levick, his definitive ‘how-to’ surgical video, and a video capturing Professor Jim Frame’s first use of the Paul Levick technique. (If you thought the experts always find it easy – watch this video!)

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Gynaecomastia / Andromastia
  • Gynaecomastia / Andromastia, Paul Levick

    TWS022 With up to 40% of the western world's male population affected by over development of the male breast, the treatment of Gynaecomastia or Andromastia by surgical means, is one of the most challenging and rewarding practices by today's plastic surgeons.

    Mr Paul Levick, British Consultan...

  • Gynaecomastia / Andromastia, Paul Levick

    TWS0021 This live surgery video presents Mr Paul Levick, a renown plastic surgeon and pioneer of aesthetic surgical techniques, demonstrating his technique for axillary approach male mastectomy - Gynaecomastia - or Andromastia as he prefers this to be called.

    Drawing on over 30 years as an a...

  • Axillary Approach Gynaecomastia, James Frame

    TWS0020 This live surgery film features Prof James Frame’s first attempt at the axillary approach gynaecomastia surgical technique, which demonstrates that all surgical learning can be a challenge and practice makes all procedures so much easier.