There is a terminology problem: just is what is areola size? Are we talking about
- areola diameter
- height of the areola / nipple complex from tip of nipple to areola chest skin interface
- or surface area of the nipple - areola skin component?
An additional problem in talking about size is that there are muscles just under the skin that can flatten the areola when stimulated or cold. (That is why Dr. Bermant prefers to examine his gynecomastia patients in a warm room and include room temperature as part of his measurements.)
These before / after pictures are entry points to much more detail about each patient.