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Gynecomastia in Turkey

Welcome to Health Point Clinic, the premier destination for gynecomastia surgery in Turkey. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest quality care and exceptional results, all at a fraction of the cost compared to what they would pay in their home country.


At Health Point, we take great pride in being the top choice for international patients seeking gynecomastia surgery in Turkey. Our unwavering commitment to excellence, extensive experience, and steadfast focus on patient satisfaction distinguish us as a world-class healthcare destination. Allow us to introduce ourselves and explain why selecting our clinic is the optimal choice for your gynecomastia journey.

Gynecomastia Surgery Overview

Operation Duration
2 - 4 hours
Hospitalisation Duration
1 - 2 nights
Return to Activities
2 - 3 weeks
Complete Recovery
4 - 6 weeks
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Thousands of Happy Patients

Why Health Point Clinic is the best choice?
Over 10 Years of Plastic Surgeries Experience
Expert Surgeons Proficient in the Latest Techniques
Delivering Exceptional Patient Experiences
International Quality at a Fraction of Home Country Costs
Happy Results!

Gynecomastia Before & After

Gynecomastia in Turkey

About Gynecomastia Operation


Gynecomastia is a medical condition characterized by the enlargement of breast tissue in males. This condition, often colloquially referred to as “man boobs,” results from an imbalance in the hormones estrogen and testosterone. While it is a common and typically benign occurrence during puberty, gynecomastia can also affect adult males, with potential causes including hormonal changes, obesity, certain medications, or underlying medical conditions. Though generally not a serious health risk, gynecomastia can have significant psychological and emotional impacts, leading many individuals to seek medical intervention.

Medical Trip

First day

Arrival and pre-test (Blood Test, Anesthesia Check, Signing Documents, Payment)

Second Day

Operation (the operation usually lasts around 2 - 3 hours under general anesthesia)

Third day

Check-up and walk by yourself with the informative session with the doctor. (Discharging from the hospital)

Fourth - Sixth Days

Staying for 2 additional days to feel perfectly comfortable with the results and being able to reach the hospital and the doctor anytime.

Seventh Day

Heading to the airport via the VIP transfer car that we provide.

Why Turkey?

Plastic surgeries in Turkey are significantly more affordable than in many other countries. This is due to a number of factors, including the lower cost of living in Turkey and the high level of competition among hospitals.

Turkey has a long history of medical excellence, and its hospitals are some of the best in the world. Turkish plastic surgeons are highly skilled and experienced, and they use the latest technologies and techniques.

In addition to affordability and high quality of care, Turkey also offers a number of other advantages for plastic surgery patients, including:

  • A wide range of clinics to choose from Easy access to transportation and accommodation
  • A pleasant and welcoming culture
  • As a result of these advantages, Turkey has become a leading destination for plastic surgery patients from all over the world.

No waiting lists: Hospitals in Turkey typically have shorter waiting lists than hospitals in other countries.
All-inclusive packages: many hospitals in Turkey offer all-inclusive packages that include accommodation, transportation, and medical care.
Multilingual staff: Many hospitals in Turkey have multilingual staff, making it easy for patients from all over the world to communicate.
Positive reviews: Turkey has a good reputation for plastic surgeries, with many patients reporting positive experiences.

Health Point World Clinic

Our commitment to your well-being extends to where we perform our procedures. We conduct all of our surgeries in partnership with one of Turkey’s leading medical institutions, Medical Park Hospital. This renowned hospital group boasts a widespread presence with numerous branches across Turkey and has been a pillar of the healthcare sector since 1995. Their team comprises over 6,000 dedicated doctors and employees, and they operate a network of 17 top-tier hospitals throughout the country.

Medical Park Hospitals are staffed by a team of experienced and qualified surgeons and technicians. Our website states that our surgeons are members of ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) and have over 10 years of experience in hair transplantation.

Our clinic is accredited by JCI (Joint Commission International), which is the world’s leading healthcare accreditation organization. This accreditation demonstrates that our clinic meets the highest standards of quality and safety.

As can be seen on our Instagram page, there are numerous testimonials from satisfied patients, along with many positive Google comments.

All Inclusive Packages!
Operation Cost
VIP Transfers
Blood Tests

Frequently asked Questions

Gynecomastia can be caused by hormonal changes during puberty, hormonal imbalances in adulthood, certain medications (such as steroids or anti-androgens), obesity, and underlying medical conditions (such as liver or kidney disease).

Yes, gynecomastia is a common condition, particularly during puberty when hormonal changes are common. It can affect males of all ages, from infants to older adults.

Gynecomastia is typically diagnosed through physical examination and medical history review by a healthcare professional. In some cases, additional tests such as blood tests, mammograms, or ultrasounds may be recommended to rule out underlying causes.

In some cases, gynecomastia may resolve on its own, especially if it is caused by hormonal changes during puberty. However, if gynecomastia persists or causes significant discomfort or embarrassment, treatment may be necessary.

Treatment options for gynecomastia may include lifestyle changes (such as weight loss), medications to address hormonal imbalances, or surgery (such as liposuction or mastectomy) to remove excess breast tissue.

Surgery is not always necessary for gynecomastia, especially if it is mild and does not cause significant discomfort or embarrassment. However, if conservative treatments are ineffective or if gynecomastia is severe, surgery may be recommended.