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Bicep & Tricep Implants
Bicep and Tricep implants can create muscular definition
and increased mass/fullness in the upper arm area. This procedure is
specifically useful for those men and women who, even after extensive
muscular conditioning, can't achieve the upper arm toning they desire.
Bicep Implants and Tricep Implants are also recommended for those unique
instances when an injury has occurred and muscle mass augmentation is
needed to achieve normal balance.
more about how the Bicep Implant Surgery is performed here.
IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE CHOOSING YOUR SURGEON:
So you've finally decided to get bicep and/or tricep implants. You've probably been thinking about it for some time. The only thing to do now . . . is to find the right surgeon who can assure you'll receive the best success without any problems.
To begin, it's EXTREMELY IMPORTANT to realize that there are only a couple surgeons who perform implants of this kind. The fact is . . . it's a very, very unique procedure and few perform it on A REGULAR BASIS.
Some surgeons might say they perform bicep implants or tricep implants. Some might even say they do them regularly. But, the key is to find someone fully qualified, that performs the procedure AT LEAST 2-3 TIMES PER MONTH. That means, the surgeon you choose, should average approximately one every week.
Why is this SO IMPORTANT?
Because bicep augmentation and tricep augmentation is a unique operation that requires aesthetic skill . . . more so, than most people realize. Here's why
1) Due to the stress placed on the muscles in the upper arm during common, everyday activities such as lifting, grabbing objects, arm extension/contraction, implants placed in this area will be subjected to intensive movement. Thus, the likelihood of an implant shifting or moving after surgery is a concern.
Needless to say, having one's right arm look dramatically different than the left, due to an implant shift, won't generally result in the aesthetic 'look' one usually desires.
The bottom line, is that it's critical to have the expertise gained from performing dozens of bicep implant and tricep implant procedures to successfully pick the proper area of the muscle within the fascia, the implant pocket, so that the implant is assured of not shifting out of place. When sculpted and placed correctly, over time it eventually becomes an integral part of the muscle. This knowledge is ONLY GAINED by performing this procedure regularly. Our surgeons have performed hundreds of bicep implants and tricep implants in the last few years. He is well known as one of the very best at this procedure.
2) Another extremely important consideration one that every patient needs to be aware of is the primary reason WHY they're having the surgery even performed . . . the final results. How they'll look AFTER the operation is completed.
Again, you should realize that bicep implants are solid, silicone prosthetic devices. So, they must usually be carved, or shaped, before insertion. So, having the expertise to properly shape the implant, a process where the surgeon artfully sculpts the solid silicone device with a scalpel before insertion, so it appears natural yet enhancing, for each individual body type is also critical.
There's nothing more eye-catching after surgery, than a poorly sculpted bicep/tricep implant one that somehow seems oddly fit for the individual's body type.
Our surgeon's artistic ability is evident in most everything he does. His aesthetic style in sculpting the bicep implants and tricep implants for each individual's arm size and type has been gained from years of expertise, only developed by having done so many procedures. He is truly an artist.
HERE ARE A FEW CRITICAL QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR PROSPECTIVE SURGEON BEFORE YOU DECIDE ON HAVING BICEP IMPLANTS OR TRICEP IMPLANTS:
1) How many bicep implants or tricep implants did the surgeon you're considering do last month? How many in the last three months? Just remember, bicep implant and tricep implant procedures require that the surgeon isn't merely a 'visitor' to this type of surgery...but, someone who is a 'regular'.
2) Ask the surgeon if you can speak with his most recent few bicep implant patients. Surgeons who perform this procedure regularly won't have a problem letting you speak with their former patients.
3) Ask him if he's ever had any complications from implant shifting, or infection. A poor decision, based on cost, or lack of experience can come back to haunt you.
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