This site provides information about pectoral implants, bicep implants, tricep implants and deltoid implants. It will detail how body implants are commonly used to enhance body curvatures and will explain how pec implants are used to correct both congenital and physical defects (Pectus Excavatum/Carinatum).
Pectoral, bicep and tricep implants, are commonly used to shape, enlarge, and firm the upper chest and arm areas — and when correctly surgically inserted — permit a natural appearance when the chest and arm muscles are either flexed or relaxed.
There are many reasons for getting pectoral implants, both genetic and cosmetic. Primarily, they are used in a self-esteem enhancing cosmetic manner, whereby, even after exercise, sometimes people still aren't able to achieve the chest development they desire. This is not unusual in today's society, especially with the demands placed on individuals with work, friends and family.
Implants for Medical or Functional reasons—Implant surgery (pec implants, deltoid implants, bicep/tricep implants) include surgical reconstruction of affected areas due to vehicular mishaps or injuries; congenital issues such as Spina Bifida, talipes calcaneus/talipes equinovarus (Marfan’s Syndrome, Pectus Canaritum (PC-pigeon breast), Pectus Recurvatum (PR), Pectus Excavatum (PE-funnel breast) and development issues such as Poland Syndrome (spontaneous irregular development of pectoralis group muscles). Any of these injury-related, and/or genetic or development issues can result in abnormal physical appearance, usually unilaterally (affecting only one side of muscle groups) that can affect both patient self-esteem and confidence.
Implant surgery for functional problems can mitigate the abnormal appearance of any congenital and/or injury disorders. For example: pectoral implants are used for physical injuries, Marfan’s, PC, PR, PE and Poland Syndrome—deltoid implants negate the effects of a physical injury, and congenital deformities such as Sprengel’s Deformity (Scapular Hypoplasia). Hence, implant surgery for medical/functional reasons represents a relatively safe solution to most of these aforementioned problems—provided one finds and employs a surgeon who has not simply experience in understanding the malady (book smart), but one who has performed numerous surgical procedures to correct such medical issues.
After reading this site, you'll be prepared to ask any potential surgeon important questions, so you'll be able to determine if you're an implant case he typically performs… or one that he performs only occasionally. You'll find out what medical associations are saying about the safety of implants and their growth over the years, and finally, you'll be able to select the right doctor to perform surgery. It's vital to understand that pectoral implants are usually only performed by a few plastic and cosmetic surgeons who have performed thousands of these procedures over a decade of experience. Those are the surgeons that have the extensive experience required in forming and placing the solid silicone implants that are used in the medical procedure — assuring that they don't shift from their original positions or develop infection, two areas where serious medical problems could occur after surgery.
Click on any of the procedure areas below for a detailed description of the surgical procedure, recovery time, who are the best candidates, and what risks are involved. You'll also find out about the costs, and what is included as well as financing options. But, the single most important thing to remember when selecting a surgeon for pectoral implant procedures and bicep/tricep implants is the experience of the doctor doing the surgery. Please make sure you explore the before & after photo gallery and read patient testimonials.
Pec Implants (Male
Chest Implants) commonly referred to as breast implants for men,
male chest implants, or pectoral implants, this procedure has seen a dramatic
rise in demand the last year. It will enhance the appearance, size and
muscular definition of pectoral muscles in men and is also frequently
used to correct pre-existing congenital and physical defects.
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