Pectoral plastic surgery
In males, the pectoralis may become more attractive with the use of pectoral prosthesis.
• Lack of projection of the chest
When, due to his anatomical constitution, a very skinny person is unable to achieve pectoral muscle hypertrophy with exercise, he may resort to the use of a pectoral prosthesis.
• Deformities of the thorax
In some cases, people with a sunken chest can benefit from this surgery.
The preoperative preparation should be performed with a medical specialist. Complementary examinations and laboratory tests are to be given as needed.
The surgery produces a (hidden) scar in the armpit, with collocation of the prosthesis under the pectoralis muscle.
Swelling after surgery depends on the extent of surgery and the technique used. There may be a need for physiotherapy, with lymphatic drainage. This varies in accordance to how each patient responds to the surgery. Nowadays, plastic surgery has evolved. New techniques are employed, with better results and a quicker return to the patient’s normal activities.
After surgery, you should use a modeler, not raising your arms for 10 to 15 days.
- Facial plastic surgery
- Nose surgery
- Ear plastic surgery
- Breast Prosthesis
- Buttock plastic surgery
- Abdominal plastic surgery
- Liposuction plastic surgery
- Post weight loss plastic surgery
- Body contour plastic surgery
- Intimate plastic surgery
- Pectoral plastic surgery
- Gynecomastia plastic surgery
- Calf implants
- Hair transplant
- Breast Reduction
- Surgery of Thighs
- Brachioplasty - Arm Surgery