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Bicep / Tricep Implant procedure

Bicep / Tricep Implant procedure

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Information about our Bicep / Tricep Implant surgery
 
What is a Bicep / Tricep Implant procedure?
Bicep and Tricep implants are used to create an increase in muscle definition in the upper arm. This is an excellent option for those having trouble increasing muscle mass to their upper body.  Implants are tailored to each individual to ensure a sleek, seamless look. Sometimes, even with vigorous exercise, people are not able to shape and tone their biceps / triceps to their satisfaction.

Bicep / Tricep implants help such people achieve the appearance of larger, more defined muscles in their arms. They can improve the proportion and appearance not only of the biceps but of the entire body

Why have a Bicep / Tricep Implant procedure?
This procedure is specifically useful for those men who, even after extensive muscular conditioning, cannot achieve the upper arm toning they desire. Bicep Implants and Tricep Implants are also recommended for those unique instances when an injury has occurred, and muscle mass augmentation is needed to achieve normal balance.

Bicep / Tricep implants can help patients:
  • Seeking a fuller, more muscular and defined appearance in their arms
  • Useful to patients who, despite exercise, are unable to achieve the look they desire
  • Restore balance and proportion to patients with underdeveloped arms
  • Increased sense of self-confidence after surgery, and many feel comfortable wearing more revealing, fashionable attire
How is the surgery performed?
Bicep Implant A cut is made in the armpit region and the fascia overlying the biceps muscle is identified. Next, a cut is made in this fascia to gain access to the biceps muscle. Using blunt dissection, a pocket is created just below the biceps muscle on top of the long bone of the upper arm.
 
The implant is then placed in this pocket. The muscle lining is sutured with absorbable sutures and subcuticular sutures are used to close the skin. Over time, the implant becomes surrounded by a scar tissue pocket, where it stays for the rest of the person’s life.
 
Tricep Implant
 
A cut is made in the patient’s armpit. Through this incision, the tricep muscle can be localized. The fascia (outer covering of a muscle) is identified, and a cut is made in this muscle. Using blunt dissection, a pocket is created just below the fascia of the long head of the triceps muscle.
 
The implant is then placed in this pocket. The muscle lining is sutured with absorbable sutures and subcuticular sutures are used to close the skin. Over time, the implant becomes surrounded by a scar tissue pocket, where it stays for the rest of the person’s life.

Quick facts table

Procedure Bicep / Tricep Implant procedure
Duration of the operation: Up to 3 hours
Stay: Minimum of 4 days in our recovery house
Anaesthesia: General anaesthetic
Recovery: Normally up to 10 days to return to work
Exercise: Normally a minimum of 4 weeks after your operation
Pain: Post-operative pain should be low to mild but of course depends on the patient
Results timeframe: You will see your final result quickly after surgery once swelling has reduced.
Popular Combinations: Could be combined with any other male plastic surgery procedure or facial procedure or hair and beard transplant.

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