Sometimes, even with frequent exercise, men find that their pectoral muscles do not respond in the way they would like. For these men, pectoral implants can be an excellent option to mold and enhance their chests, contributing to a more defined muscle appearance.
Pectoral implants can benefit men who are not happy with their lack of muscle definition. Other patients seek the correction of a pectoral muscle that is underdeveloped due to a birth defect or physical trauma. Pectoral implants do not affect muscle function, so patients with implants can still exercise after surgery. Pectoral implants look and feel extraordinarily natural and have helped many men feel more confident and more masculine.
During pectoral implant surgery, incisions are usually made in the crease of the armpit. A pocket is created under each pectoral muscle large enough to place the pectoral implants. Once the implants are placed, the symmetry is checked carefully and the final adjustments are made. The incision is closed with sutures and a compression garment is applied over the treated area.
How long until I see the final results?
This varies with the type of operation performed. It also depends on the individual. In general, there will be swelling and some bruising after surgery. Both will usually disappear in a week or two. The optimal end result can usually be seen a few months after surgery.
Will there be scars?
Yes, but they probably will not be noticeable. Every effort will be made to keep the incisions as small as possible and try to hide them in the natural lines and wrinkles of your skin. The scars will disappear with time and will become barely perceptible.
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