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Pectoral implant procedure

Pectoral implant procedure

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Information about our Pectoral Implant surgery
 
  • If you have under-developed pectoral muscles make you feel self-conscious
  • If you are athletic and wish to improve your chest contour
  • If your chest is asymmetrical or otherwise deformed from birth or by an accidentYou wish to improve chest contour and the look of muscle thickness or bulk
  • During your consultation, your surgeon will measure your chest and discuss the different size and shape implants that are available.
  • You will be given general anaesthesia or be heavily sedated before the procedure begins.
  • A small incision (approximately two inches in length) is made in the hair-bearing region of your armpit (the axilla).
  • Special surgical tools are inserted through the incision and is used to create a pocket, or space, in between your pectoralis major and pectoralis minor muscles (chest muscles).
  • The selected implant, based on measurements made prior to surgery, is inserted, and positioned between the pectoralis muscles.
  • The incision is closed and the procedure is repeated on the opposite side.
  • After the procedure is complete, a compression garment may be placed to help minimize swelling or implant shift.
What is a Pectoral Implant procedure?
Even with frequent exercise, some men find that they are unable to achieve the chest definition that they desire. Pectoral implant surgery is a method for improving chest contour. This procedure has become a popular option, particularly for men who are athletic or go to the gym and want to be able to show off their more sculpted, masculine chests.

Why have a Pectoral Implant procedure?
Most people would undergo a Pectoral Implant procedure for the following reasons:

How is the surgery performed?
The steps for your pectoral transplant surgery are as follows:

Quick facts table

Procedure Pectoral 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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