Man Boobs Liposuction

Quick facts

“Man Boobs” aka Gynaecomastia is where a higher level of glandular tissue and excess fat is deposited in the breast area in men

  • Diet and exercise do not treat ‘man boobs’

  • Excess fat and glandular tissue can be removed using Vaser Liposuction

  • Performed under conscious sedation, general anaesthetic is an option

  • Compression garment to be worn for 3 to 6 weeks post surgery

  • Patients generally return to work after 2 – 3 days

  • x2 Lymphatic Drainage massages for 2 weeks post surgery

  • Results generally seen at 6 weeks and in some cases up to 6 months. Results may vary

  • Costs start from $5,500

  • *Disclaimer – results may vary from patient to patient

Minimally Invasive

Costs start from $5,500

Results seen at 6 weeks

Before and after

*Results may vary from patient to patient.

** All photos are of patients from Cosmos Clinic, and all ‘after’ images are taken 6 weeks post operation.

Liposuction | Man Boobs


Man Boobs Liposuction prices vary depending on your overall situation and expectations.

As a guide:

  • Prices start from $5,500
  • Initial consultation is between $150 – $220


  • What are Man Boobs or Gynaecomastia?
    • Commonly referred to as “man boobs” but, more specifically known by the medical name Gynecomastia, this condition is caused by an imbalance between the sex hormones resulting in excess breast tissue and breast fat in men.

      While males and females naturally have varying levels of both male and female sex hormones (male: testosterone, female: estrogen), males with higher levels of estrogen are more likely to develop man boobs. Genetics can also play a role in the development of Gynaecomastia.

      This hormonal imbalance is what causes the over-development of glandular tissue and consequently the deposition of excess fat in the breast area. In addition, breast tissue in men tends to be more fibrous, meaning fat in this area is harder to remove.

      At Cosmos Clinic, man boobs are treated using Vaser Liposuction to remove both glandular and fat tissue.

  • The Procedure. What does it involve?
    • Patients are given a light sedation and a tiny 1/2 cm incision is made into the area being treated. Local anaesthesia is used to numb the area around the chest. Once numb, ultrasound energy is transmitted through an ultrasound probe to separate the fat cells from the fibrous tissue.

      Traditional Liposuction for this area was difficult and much like trying to break a “brick of fat” into small pieces. Vaser Liposuction, the latest in Liposuction technology, has made this process more efficient as high energy from the ultrasound separates the fat cells from the fibrous tissue, converting it from the consistency of a “brick” to that of “melted butter”, making it easy to remove.

      During the procedure, the gland is also surgically removed along with the excess fat.

  • Will I experience any pain?
    • The procedure is performed under conscious sedation and local anaesthetic which makes the procedure comfortable.

  • What can I expect after the procedure?
    • Downtime is minimal, and patients return home on the same day as their procedure. Recovery is quick and most patients are back at work within 2 – 3 days. The tiny incisions used result in minimal scarring with this procedure

      compression garment is worn after the treatment to help reduce bruising/swelling and improve skin retraction.  This is worn for 3 – 6 weeks post surgery.

      You will come into our Clinic for post-op lymphatic massages undertaken by our onsite physiotherapist or nurse. This is usually 2 – 4 treatments over two weeks.

      Read more about the Post Liposuction Aftercare.

  • Results. What and when can I expect them?
    • Most of the results are obtained at 6 weeks. At this point photo’s will be taken to assess your progress. The final results may not be apparent for 3 – 6 months post-operatively.

      Strict adherence to the pre-operative and post-operative requirements is necessary in order to achieve the best possible results

      Your chest will look flatter and the feminine appearance will reduce / disappear, improving your confidence.

  • Are there any risks of complications?
    • Risks are minimised when performed by experienced Doctor.  General and specific risks related to the surgery will be discussed with you at your consultation.

  • Will the gland and fat come back?
    • During the procedure, we remove 90 -100% of the gland depending on the quality of your skin. The gland that is removed will not come back, the fat that is removed will not come back, and it will be harder to put on any fat in this area.

      For more information see Fat Facts After Liposuction

  • Which clinics can I undertake Man Boobs Vaser Liposuction?
    • Your initial Man Boobs Vaser Liposuction consultation and subsequent procedure can be undertaken at one of our cosmetic clinics in Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide or the Gold Coast.

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Sydney. is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Saturday: 8:30am-5:30pm


10 Henrietta Street, Double Bay NSW 2028


1300 138 797


Cosmopolitan Centre: 22 Knox Street, Double Bay

1-13 Cross Street, Double Bay

2P parking available in surrounding area

Adelaide. is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Mon: 9am-5pm. Tue: 10am-6pm. Wed-Fri: 9am-5pm


163 Archer St, North Adelaide, SA, 5006

Canberra. is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 9am-5:30pm, Saturday: By Appointment


Suite 1, Ground Floor, Equinox 2, 70 Kent St, Deakin ACT 2600

Gold Coast. is your closest Cosmos Clinic, based on your IP.

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm


220 Ashmore Road, Benowa QLD 4217