Procedures Surgical – Silicone implant in Male Chest
The pectoralis major muscle in man, is largely responsible for a chest well developed and defined. Along with the pectoralis minor of a beautiful appearance and healthy when well worked with physical exercises become more attractive by the gain in manhood.
However, some guys can’t this result at the Academy for genetic issues or even lack of time for a workout.
– Frequently asked questions about male pectoral implants
What is the male pectoral implant surgery?
Is plastic surgery performed in humans for augmentation of the chest, through the placement of a silicone implant under the pectoral muscle. Is surgery that can retrieve the aesthetics of the male chest giving more grace and definition to the pectoral muscle.
What are the main indications for male pectoral implant surgery?
The surgery is recommended for men who want an increase in the pectoral region and that for genetic reasons fail expected gain through exercise. Also in case of birth defects as a poorly developed chest or even the absence of pectoral muscle unilateral or bilateral.
How is the silicone prosthesis for men?
The silicone prosthesis for male chest has the rectangular shape with rounded edges and are thinner than the female. Made of textured silicon to be placed below the pectoralis major muscle and give a harmonic and natural result.
The male pectoral implant surgery leave scars?
Yes, the scars are very discreet and almost unnoticeable because the incision is made in the armpit of the patient in the form of “s” so it is disguised with the axillary region natural Groove.
How is post-operative pectoral implant surgery male?
Patient should stay home on the first week. Around 14 days are taken off the points and the patient is released to social activities. The practice of light exercises is allowed after 30 days and 60 days arms exercises. Should use a post surgical vest to avoid the displacement of the prosthesis in the first month for 12:0 am and the second month by 12:0. The definitive result if the circa 6 months post-op, when the swelling has already receded and the scar has stabilized.