Bicep-Tricep Implants for Chicago Men

Bicep-Tricep Implants for Men in Chicago

Bicep-tricep implants for Chicago men are for those men that have very little natural muscle mass. This means that they may never actually be able to develop the kind of defined, muscular arms envied by many. This includes biceps and triceps. Even with hours spent at the gym, building muscle takes commitment. Sometimes, no matter how much work you put in, you still can’t achieve the appearance that you desire. Luckily, men in Chicago can still get those great-looking arms with bicep and triceps implants. Bicep and triceps implants can give aspiring male patients the increased muscular definition that their arms naturally lack.

What Are Bicep and Tricep Implants?

Bicep-tricep implants for Chicago men are a cosmetic procedure designed to create more definition in a man’s upper arm muscles. These implants can also aid in balancing the proportionality of a man’s body as a whole. Tricep implants are for men who wish to improve muscular definition while adding natural-looking mass in the lower arms. This surgical procedure is ideal for men who can’t achieve the lower arm toning that they want, regardless of how many weights they lift at the gym.

Bicep-tricep Implants for Chicago Men?

Dr. Steinbrech offers world-class bicep and tricep surgery for men in Chicago. To insert the bicep or tricep implants into the patient, a small incision is first made in the arm. After, Dr. Steinbrech creates a small pocket for the implant. Next, Dr. Steinbrech will place the specially made implant via the micro-incision and position it inside the soft tissue pocket. There, the surrounding area will develop scar tissue to help lock your implant in place. Last, your incision gets sutured closed.





Afterward, a very small dressing gets placed over the incision. The patient will be able to see the change immediately after surgery. The entire surgery takes approximately an hour and a half to do. Bicep and tricep implant surgery can be completed using general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation. The patient is awake and comfortable, but not fully aware.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Bicep and Tricep Implants?

The ideal bicep or tricep implant candidates in Chicago are healthy men who struggle with adding muscle mass in their upper or lower arms and can’t get the toning they want. Candidates for bicep or tricep implants should have realistic expectations and should avoid smoking. Other potential candidates could include men who experienced an injury or an accident in which muscle mass augmentation is needed to achieve a normal-looking balance.

Before and after photos are available of Dr. Steinbrech’s male patients who were considered good candidates for bicep and tricep implant surgery.

Risks for Bicep and Tricep Implant Surgery

Bicep-tricep implants for Chicago men risks are reduced by getting a qualified surgeon. But that does not eliminate all risk. The risks associated with bicep or tricep implant surgery can include:

  • Implant rejection
  • Bleeding and infections
  • Excessive scarring
  • Asymmetric placement
  • Muscle damage
  • Nerve damage and sensitivity loss

bicep-tricep implants men chicagoRecovery Time for Bicep & Tricep Implants for Chicago Men

Once you wake up from implant surgery, you will be instructed not to lift your arms for the next 48 hours. Dr. Steinbrech will then remove your surgical dressings. As one would expect with a surgical procedure, light bruising, swelling, or discomfort may occur. Following your first two days, you will have to follow a light exercise program for two weeks to help regain a full range of motion using your arms. Within a week or two, typical daily use of the upper body muscles can be resumed. Within one month, the full muscular activity can continue, including going to the gym.

Consultation

Dr. Steinbrech specializes in bicep and tricep implant surgery for men in Chicago. For more information about bicep or tricep implants, please contact Dr. Steinbrech’s office here or call (847)416-8384 for a consultation today. Dr. Steinbrech is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

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