Lipoláser de pectorales

Frequently Asked Questions about Pectoral Surgery -FAQS

Lipoláser de pectorales

What is pectoral implant surgery?

A well-proportioned body musculature is a symbol of masculinity. Some people have little muscle development or faulty development of the pectoral muscle, even though they do a lot of pectoral gymnastics. These patients, as well as patients with mild thoracic deformities such as excavated pectum and congenital absence of pectoral muscles, placement of pectoral implants may be helpful in correcting these deformities.

How’s the pectoral implant procedure?

At Clinica Sanza we perform a surgical approach through an axillary incision through which the implant is inserted into a pocket behind the pectoral muscle. The scar will be hidden in the axillary area. Similar to the placement of breast prostheses, but with prostheses shaped like a major pectoral muscle.

What material are pectoral implants made of?

Pectoral implants are made of a silicone compound. Its consistency is soft and soft to the touch, but provides similar firmness to that of the exercised muscle. It’s a more cohesive gel than breast prostheses.

What can I expect after surgery?

After surgery, the patient may feel somewhat uncomfortable with mild pain. This discomfort is controlled by the use of analgesics and anti-inflammatories. You should wear a bandage for 2-3 weeks so that the prosthesis is well adapted to the muscle.

What type of anesthesia is used in pectoral implant surgery?

Surgery for the placement of pectoral implants is performed under local anesthesia and sedation. This means that the patient will remain asleep during the intervention, absolutely calm, will not perceive any painful stimulus.

How long does the operation last? Is hospitalization necessary?

The intervention lasts 1-2 hours.  It is in ambulatory form unless the patient requires otherwise and prefers to stay 1 day of admission.

How are the results?

Very natural and very beautiful. You can see a pectoral muscle like a gymnasium.

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