If you’re looking for pectoral augmentation before and after photos, you can find examples of real-life results here at LocateADoc.com. We have curated this gallery of photos to help you make a more informed decision when considering whether to move forward with this cosmetic surgery.
Pectoral enhancement helps men achieve definition in their chests. If you have tried to develop stronger, more defined chest muscles and have been unable to, your body may not be able to build muscle naturally in this area. Augmentation can make up for genetics or injuries that have affected the strength or size of your pectoral muscles. Surgical options could include implants, muscle reconstruction, or a combination of the two.
Because this is an invasive surgery, there are several risks to consider. Besides anesthesia risks, patients could experience swelling, excessive bleeding, and visible scarring. With implants, you may have issues with asymmetry. They may also need to be replaced if the structure is ever compromised.
What should I expect with pectoral augmentation?
- The best candidates are healthy, non smoking individuals
- Talk to your doctor to see if you are a good candidate for elective surgery
- You may need to refrain from weight lifting and strenuous activities for up to 6 months after surgery
Browse our pectoral augmentation before and after photos to see real patient’s results. We hope the photos give you the evidence you need to make a decision of whether to pursue cosmetic enhancement. Contact a LocateADoc.com surgeon today to schedule a consultation.
35 year old, Male
Sam Gershenbaum, DO
46 year old, Male
Douglas Gervais, MD, FACS
Ayman Shahine, MD, FACS, FACOG, FICS, MACS, FISCG
39 year old, Male
Tom J. Pousti, MD, FACS
25 year old, Female
La Mesa, CA
Ayman Hakki, MD
47 year old, Male
Kimberly A. Henry, MD
44 year old, Male
Constantino Mendieta, MD
36 year old, Male
Richard Arabitg, M.D.
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- Avg. Cost: $3992
- Candidate: Desire for more pectoral definition
- Length: One hour
- Treatment: One
- Results: Permanent
- Back to Work: 1-2 weeks