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Better Pectoral Definition Through Plastic Surgery

Liposuction and breast implants can help give a better definition of chest muscles and chest wall shape. Borrowing concepts from general liposuction techniques and breast augmentation in women, these two plastic surgery options can help improve and better define men's muscle and chest contours.

With selective removal of fat (liposculpture) from the side and lower border of the pectoralis muscle, the appearance of the chest wall muscle can be improved. This breaks the chest contour while creating some visible scars. By tying the border, and leaving fat on the main part of the muscle, the pectoral muscle mass appears larger. This breast liposuction technique delivers a better shape than the simple removal of coarse fat in the chestless wall.

Pectoral pruning adds a visible and complete pectoral inscription to the chest wall. In a recent study published in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in December 2007, Dr Ruiz-Razura and colleagues reported treating more than 200 patients over the last three years. With only a few minor complications. (small hematoma, irregular contour, too conservative) Their experience is that decisions have been maintained, even in the face of increasing weight and relaxing the skin with age. When the pectoral ocular is combined with the abdominal octave, a more muscular-appearing body is achieved. This procedure is very popular among non-athlete men whose physiology cannot be carved out even with regular strength training.

Pectoral implants, although less commonly used than pectoral edema, can dramatically increase the volume and shape of the male breast. Unlike breast implants for women, breast implants are made of very soft flexible rubber that is placed on a small fist in the armpits. It comes in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on the aesthetic goals of the patient. As with breast augmentation, recovery from breast implants is quite rapid and one only needs to withstand chest muscle training for three weeks after surgery.


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