Puffy nipples in men is usually a sign of gynecomastia. Male puffy nipples are characterized by cone-shaped nipples and areolas, which gives the appearance of puffiness. Normally, the areola should blend seamlessly with the surrounding chest skin on a well-proportioned male chest. However, if the areola protrudes outward, this could be a sign of true gynecomastia.
What causes puffy nipples in men?
If you have puffy nipples or enlarged male breasts, it could be caused by one or more reasons including being overweight, an imbalance of your testosterone and estrogen hormones. Some medications and illnesses can cause male breast tissue to swell and become bigger. In some cases, the enlarged male breasts may go away with certain non-surgical treatments and dietary changes.
How to treat male puffy nipples.
Luckily, there is a permanent solution with ChestSculpt™ a simple 45 minute procedure to treat puffy nipples and gynecomastia. Here are some before and after photos of males with puffy nipples. During your consultation, your surgeon will evaluate your medical history and perform a chest exam. In this video, Dr. Truong explains what he looks for when determining if you have true gynecomastia.
This male patient from was experiencing puffy nipples and was self conscious about his chest. He was diagnosed with Grade 1 Gynecomastia and underwent ChestSculpt™ by Dr. Marc Adajar. He is seen here 6 months post op with a very natural result.