What has considered an ideal male body that features a strong chest with limited breast tissues and defined pectoral muscles? It is not easy for every man to develop such a physique since it requires a lot of work. It can be difficult for many men to achieve the perfect body with exercise. Chest augmentation with pectoral implants for men improves the contours of the chest, adds fullness to the chest and definition to the muscles.
- 1. *Facts You Must Know
- 2. Pectoral Implants Goals
- 3. Pectoral Implants Candidates
- 4. Initial Consultation
- 5. Pre-Op Preparation
- 6. Pectoral Implants Procedure
- 7. Pectoral Implants Recovery
- 8. Post-Op Care
- 9. Our Surgeons
- 10. Pectoral Implants Benefits
- 11. Pectoral Implants Results
- 12. Complications
- 13. Free Consultation
*Facts You Must Know
Cost of Treatment
General or Local Anesthesia
Very high Success Rate
Pectoral Implants Goals
A pectoral implants augmentation aims to;
- Improve the fullness and firmness of the chest.
- Lift the breast tissues.
- Remove the excess skin and fat.
Pectoral Implants Candidates
You may be an ideal candidate for a pectoral implants augmentation surgery if;
- You suffer from gynecomastia.
- Your muscle definition hides behind excessive fat deposits.
- Your pectoral muscles are not well-developed.
- You have excess fat and skin tissues in the chest area.
- You want to improve the contours of your chest.
- You don’t smoke.
- You have set realistic expectations from the implants surgery.
In a consultation before the surgery, your surgeon will examine your physical condition to make a suitable treatment plan. You will be given a choice between saline or silicone gel implants. Your surgeon will assist you to choose the implant type, shape and size according to your preferences.
You will be given a few instructions to follow in order to be prepared for the chest augmentation surgery. These instructions can be different for every patient but some common instructions include;
- Stop smoking for two or more weeks before the surgery because it can cause problems in the healing process.
- Avoid consuming alcohol and caffeine.
- Stop taking blood-thinning medication.
Pectoral Implants Procedure
A pectoral implants augmentation surgery takes 2 hours to complete. It is performed on an outpatient basis and you will be able to go home after a few hours.
- A pectoral implant augmentation can be performed under either general or local anesthesia.
- Your surgeon will make incisions in the armpits. The incision is made in armpits to avoid the appearance of the visible scar.
- After the incisions are made, your surgeon will place the implant in the chest beneath the pectoral muscles which increase the fullness and firmness of the chest.
- The incisions are stitched closed.
Pectoral Implants Recovery
Every patient may recover differently from a pectoral implant augmentation surgery depending on their body’s healing ability.
- You will ask to take rest for a few days after surgery.
- You will be asked to avoid performing any strenuous exercise like heavy lifting for more than 6 weeks.
- You will have to wear drains which will be removed within a week.
- The stitches will be removed 10 days after the surgery.
Your surgeon will give you a few instructions that you must follow for an easy recovery. Common instructions include;
- Wear a compression garment for at least two weeks as it helps in controlling swelling, this garment will not be visible under the clothes.
- Do not lift heavy objects or perform any rigorous tasks for more than six weeks after the surgery.
- Follow the medication directives.
Pectoral Implants Benefits
The benefits of chest augmentation with pectoral augmentation include;
- It enhances the contours of the chest.
- It improves muscle definition to give you a muscular manly appearance.
- It helps in boosting your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Pectoral Implants Results
A pectoral implant surgery results in the enhanced chest that is fuller, firmer and well contoured. The results of chest augmentation are permanent but these implants may need to be removed or replaced after 15 to 20 years.
Fortunately, major complications from pectoral implant surgery are rare. Expected risks will be discussed during the session with your plastic surgeon. Implant displacement is also a big risk. Because in case, the implant moves then another surgery may be required. Mostly, the pectoral implant may be removed permanently.
Some other complications in pectoral implant include:
- Reaction to anesthesia
- Maybe circulation of blood stop under the skin
- Infection, inflammation, and bleeding
- Changes in sensation such as numbness
- Marks of deep scarring
- Allergic reactions
- Damage to the basic structure of breasts
- Movement of the implants from the place
- Numbness inside the chest and upper arm
- Muscle tremors
- Increasing the risks of poor healing
- Scabbing and crusting
- Skin sloughing
You can reduce these complications and risks by following the instructions of your surgeon. You cannot take aspirin before and after pectoral implants surgery. Because this may increase the risk of bleeding.
If you suffer from gynecomastia or just need to enhance the appearance of your chest, you can consider a chest augmentation with pectoral implants Treatment at Dubai Cosmetic Surgery.
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