Enlargement pectoral surgery is an operation that can augment pectoral muscles without exercise.
Surgery consists of the incision, separation of the soft thoracic wall wall strains, creation of a pocket in the area of the mammary region and introduction of the implant. The incisions used are: axillary, trans-rectal, submammary and umbilical.
Generally, after a while postoperative scars become less visible.
The implant is inserted behind the pectoral muscle. The operation is performed under general anesthesia because it is the safest and provides operator comfort to the surgical team.
Risks of anesthesia are low by general anesthesia, but they can not be completely eliminated. Present your plastic surgeon to your medical history to establish surgery.
The time required to perform the surgery for pectoral implants depends on several factors including surgical approach, patient anatomy, type of anesthesia. Generally, the operation lasts 1 to 3 hours.
Most pectoral implants require 1-2 days of postoperative hospitalization to stay after surgery under specialized medical and surgical staff.