Chest Wall Deformities India
Chest Wall Deformities like Pectus Excavatum are treated by Cosmetic Procedures like Fat Grafting or Silicone Pectoral Implant.
Men whose chest do not respond to exercise and remain underdeveloped can achieve greater chest volume and aesthetic contour with pectoral implant. Patients with chest wall deformities when the muscle has not developed or the skeleton is asymmetrical can often obtain better chest wall proportions through the use of implants. Pectoral implants are pliable yet much firmer than those used for breast augmentation. They approximate the feel of a well developed pectoral muscle. These implants are available in a variety of shapes and sizes so your surgeon can choose the proper fit to accomplish your goals for the procedure.
Pectoral augmentation with implants usually takes approximately 2 hours and is generally performed with either local anesthetic with intravenous sedation or under general anaesthesia.
Working through an incision in the armpit, at the areola or inconspicuously placed in the lower breast , surgeon will create a pocket under the major pectoral muscle or just under the fascia covering this muscle. Then the surgeon will insert an implant sculpted to the exact size and shape necessary to achieve desired result. The implant is secured in place using a few small self-dissolving sutures, after which the incision is closed and the wound is covered with a small dressing.