Pectoral Implant (Chest Implant)
Pectoral Implant (Chest Implant)

Pectoral Implant (Chest Implant)

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Pectoral Implant (Chest Implant) Treatment

Male pectoral implant surgery is recommended for men who want to improve the appearance of their chest. It can help to create a more masculine-looking chest and can also be used to correct chest deformities. The surgery involves placing implants into the pectoral muscles. This gives the chest a more muscular appearance.

Male pectoral implant surgery can be utilized:

  • During female to male gender transition surgery
  • As a reconstructive surgery after an illness or injury
  • To get the result that is challenging to get in the gym

It has become a very popular cosmetic procedure in recent years as more and more men are looking for ways to improve their appearance. If you are interested in getting this procedure, ensure to consult one of the best pectoral implant surgeons

The chest region will be shaved before the surgery. This is done to ensure that there is no hair in the way of the incisions. General anaesthesia will be used and you will be asleep for the duration of the surgery.

During the procedure, the surgeon will make incisions in the chest which is where the pectoralis major touches the pectoralis minor. They will then place the implants (made up of silicone gel material) into the pockets that have been created. The incisions will be closed with stitches and you will be placed in a compression garment. The entire procedure may take around one to two hours. Then, you will be taken to the recovery room till the anaesthesia effects wear off. In most cases, the patient will be discharged home on the same day of the procedure.

Treatments

Pectoral implant or male chest implant is considered for the following conditions:

  • Congenital problems such as pectus excavatum or pectus carinatum, Poland's syndrome.
  • Loss of pectoralis muscle or atrophy post-traumatic injury.
  • Difficulty in developing pectoralis muscle only with exercise.
  • Desire for a more defined, fuller chest.

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