Body Implant (Buttock, pectoral & calf)
- insertion of a silicone implant (usually behind a muscle) to enlarge the appearance of the muscle.
- 1 to 3 hours.
- Usually general.
- In/ Outpatient
- Usually outpatient.
- Side Effects
- Temporary discomfort, tightness of tissues, swelling, bruising. Temporary nerve numbness or tingling.
- Movement of the implant. Infection, bleeding, hypertrophic or keloid scarring. If implants become infected they would most likely need to be removed, and then re-inserted once the tissues have healed.
- Back to work 7 to 10 days, exercise 4-6 weeks.
Doctors performing this procedure: Body Implant (Buttock, pectoral & calf) in Australia
Doctors performing this procedure: Body Implant (Buttock, pectoral & calf) outside of Australia