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Male Pectoral Implants in San Diego and La Jolla

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A strong, toned body is a sign of masculinity and strength. For some men, however, building the pectoral muscles can be extremely difficult. Dr. Mark Mofid offers male pectoral implants at his practice to enhance the male chest with a more muscular appearance. These implants are designed specifically for men and mimic well developed pectoral muscles. Male pectoral implants are natural-looking and made of silicone. Contact Dr. Mark Mofid’s plastic surgery practice for more information about Male Pectoral Implants in San Diego and surrounding areas. Patients interested in cosmetic face, body, or breast surgery may also visit his La Jolla-area office for more information on financing or to learn more about the cost of his procedures. Please apply for CareCredit® online to receive instant approval.

More Information about Male Pectoral Implants – By Dr. Mofid

Male pectoral implants are performed to enhance the size and shape of the male chest. These procedures are typically performed using shaped silicone implants placed endoscopically through small incisions within the axilla or underarm. These surgeries typically take 1-1/2 hours to perform and are done under general anesthesia as outpatient procedures.

Good candidates for this procedure include men with chest wall asymmetries, minor pectus excavatum, and hypoplasia or other causes of either unilateral or bilateral chest hypoplasia. Good candidates for this procedure include men that would like to achieve the appearance of greater muscle pectoral bulk of their chest. The most common reasons that patients choose to have male pectoral implants performed include the inability to achieve the appearance of a sculpted chest despite efforts attained through exercise.

During a typical recovery following male pectoral implant surgery, moderate exercise is resumed 2 weeks following surgery and upper body exercises may be resumed approximately 6 weeks following surgery.