Pectoral Implants in Thailand
Pectoral implants enhance the pectoral muscle definition by adding size and fullness as well as enhancing the outlines of the male chest.
PECTORAL IMPLANT IN BANGKOK, THAILAND
A growing number of men are looking to improve their physique, self-image, and body symmetry by using pectoral implants. Pectoral implants enhance the pectoral muscle definition by adding size and fullness as well as enhancing the outlines of the male chest.
The surgery can be performed to intensify an already trim physique. Alternatively, implants can be used for people who do not have the time or enthusiasm to spend many hours in the gym.
A soft, premium-grade, solid silicone implant is inserted into a space created below the pectoral muscles. When touched, it feels firm like a flexed muscle. Pectoral implant surgery is a popular and safe procedure and the resulting scars are easily concealed in the hair-bearing region of the armpit.
The surgery is performed via a 2-inch incision high in the armpit to minimize visible scarring. The surgeon will separate the pectoral muscle from the underlying ribs and create a pocket for inserting the implant, which will have been molded specifically for each individual patient. Since the male chest doesn’t have much fat in it, the implant is placed under the muscle for a more natural look.
After implant placement, the incisions are closed with sutures. A compression garment will be placed over the treated area to minimize swelling and provide support.
Before the Surgery
- Read the pre-surgery instructions to help prevent complications and improve outcomes for your surgery.
- Put on a comfortable shirt.
- Take vitamin C 2 weeks before surgery to improve recovery.
- Let the doctor know if you have a fever on the day of operation.
- Shave armpit hair.
- Do not eat anything 8 hours before the procedure.
- The results can be seen immediately after surgery. However, it is normal to experience some swelling and bruising at first.
- You may also experience some numbness or tickling around the operational site.
- You may return to light exercise 1-2 weeks after surgery; however, you should avoid lifting weights for the first 3 months.
- Stitches will need to be removed 7-10 days after surgery.