For biceps and triceps implants, the material used for the implants varies. Sometimes, solid silicone implants are used. At other times, muscle from a different part of the body may be grafted to the area where increased muscle definition is desired. Another practice is to take fat from a different part of the body, treat it and inject it into the area where the muscle needs to be filled out. This last option is being done often when buttock implants are required. This is because silicone implants don’t always do well in this area due to the amount of stress placed on them. They have been known to shift, infections have occurred and there have been other problems. With whatever material is used, what is ensured is that there is the desired increase in muscle size.
Biceps and Triceps Implants
Biceps and triceps implants can have a significant impact on your look. There are specific cosmetic procedures that help a body-building athlete to further enhance muscular definition and work on increasing the mass of a specific body area. Bicep and Tricep implants are used specifically for men who are unable to achieve the muscular conditioning of their choice. Dr. Douglas Steinbrech specializes in bicep and tricep implants for male patients in Los Angeles.
Bicep implants are used to create an increase in muscle definition in the upper arm. This is an excellent option for those having trouble increasing muscle mass in their upper body. Dr. Douglas Steinbrech specializes in bicep implants for male patients in Los Angeles. Implants are tailored to each individual to ensure a sleek, seamless look. Sometimes, even with vigorous exercise, people are not able to shape and tone their biceps to their satisfaction. Bicep implants help such people achieve the appearance of larger, more defined muscles in their arms. Bicep implants can improve the proportion and appearance not only of the biceps but of the entire body. The incision for the implants is located in the underarm to conceal scarring. Patients will typically see a change immediately after surgery is complete.
- Bicep implants can help patients:
- Seeking a fuller, more muscular, and defined appearance in their arms
- Useful to patients who, despite exercise, are unable to achieve the look they desire
- Restore balance and proportion to patients with underdeveloped arms
- Increased sense of self-confidence after surgery, and many feel comfortable wearing more revealing, fashionable attire
Who Are The Best Candidates?
Bicep implants can create muscular definition and increase mass/fullness in the upper arm area. This procedure is specifically useful for those men who, even after extensive muscular conditioning, can’t achieve the upper arm toning they desire. Bicep Implants and Tricep Implants are also recommended for those unique instances when an injury has occurred and muscle mass augmentation is needed to achieve normal balance.
During the bicep implant procedure, an incision is made, and a soft, solid silicone implant is cut to specifically fit each patient and inserted into the pocket. A pocket is then created large enough to hold the bicep implant. The bicep implants are then inserted through the incision and precisely positioned within the soft tissue. This area, consisting of muscle and fat, will form scar tissue that will help keep the implant in place. The incision is closed with sutures, and a bandage is applied to reduce swelling and discomfort. The very small dressing is placed and the patient can typically see the change immediately after surgery. Recovery after bicep implant surgery may take up to four weeks. Moving your arms may be difficult for the first week.
Patients will be instructed not to raise their arms for two days following surgery. Dressings are then removed followed by a gentle exercise program within 1-2 weeks to enable a full and comfortable range of motion of the arms. Generally, within a week or two, physical use of the upper body muscles may be resumed and within one month, full muscular activity may be recommenced.
Surgical risks may include infection, bleeding, asymmetry, scarring, and muscle and/or nerve damage.
To learn more about bicep implants in Los Angeles, please contact Dr. Douglas Steinbrech to schedule your consultation today. We look forward to meeting you and discussing your goals.
Biceps And Triceps Implants
Tricep implants are a cosmetic procedure designed for men that creates muscular definition and increased mass in the lower arm area. This surgical procedure is useful for men who can not achieve the lower arm toning they desire no matter how many triceps dips they may do at the gym. Tricep implants can enhance the look you are trying to achieve by providing you with muscular definition and increased mass in your arms.
Ideal triceps implant candidates in LA are useful for men who have a hard time achieving muscle mass in their upper arms area and the toning they desire. The best candidates for triceps implants should be in good health, have realistic expectations, and be non-smokers. Other candidates can include males who have had an injury or an accident in which muscle mass augmentation is needed to achieve normal balance.
Triceps implants are performed by Dr. Douglas Steinbrech in Los Angeles, who has performed many successful procedures for his male patients. Dr. Steinbrech will make an incision in the arm, cut a silicone implant specifically to fit each patient, and insert it into the pocket of the arm. A very small dressing is placed and the patient can typically see the change immediately after surgery. Once placed, the implant is secured under your tricep muscles. The whole tricep surgery takes approximately 80 minutes to perform using general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation, which leaves the patient awake but not fully aware.
During the recovery period, the patient is instructed not to lift their arms for two days after surgery. Dressings are then removed followed by a gentle exercise program within 1-2 weeks to enable a full and comfortable range of motion of the arms. Generally, within a week or two, physical use of the upper body muscles may be resumed and within one month, full muscular activity may be recommenced.
Risks of triceps implant surgery include:
- muscle and/or nerve damage
The cost of biceps and triceps implants surgery in Los Angeles is between $5,000 and $10,000. It includes the surgeon’s fee, anesthesia fee, operating room fee, and implant fees. Tricep implants are considered cosmetic, so they would not be covered by the health insurance provider. Please contact Dr. Steinbrech’s office to learn more about financing options available for qualified individuals.
To learn more about biceps and triceps implants in Los Angeles, please contact Dr. Douglas Steinbrech to schedule your consultation today. We look forward to meeting you and discussing your goals.