Hi Definition Liposculpting of the Pectoral Muscles (PECS)
We all know that one place that men gain fat or weight is in the subcutaneous (SQ) tissue of the PECS. Some men even develop a condition called gynecomastia (prominent breast usually with centrally located dense fibrous tissue. Both excess fat and gynecomastia can be treated with Hi Def Liposculpting including VASER Hi Def. Aesthetically appealing/muscular PECS consist of firm muscle with highly defined sharp borders especially laterally and inferiorly and a small amount of over lying SQ tissue. All of this can be accomplished with Hi def Liposculpting. Patients who meet the above criteria for aesthetics may not need fat sculpting of the PECS but most of these patients opt for definition of the borders of the PECS. For those who need fat sculpting, skin tightening and border delineation have the full Hi Def Liposculpting procedure of the PECS. The surgical approach is through the small incisions in the areola and one high in the underarm arm area at the crease.
As describe in Hi Def Liposculpting of the ABS, the deep, intermediate, and superficial fat of the PECS are treated and fine tuned. Preoperative markings delineated the exact borders of the PECS. The fat of the axilla or underarm area is removed while sculpting out the outer border of the PECS. This Hi Def Liposculpting treated axilla will serve to define the outer border of the LATS. The areola incision is used to treat and define out the inferior border of the PECS. This entire treated area is used to separate out the ABS for the PECS. Many patients have a lot of fat between these two muscle groups that cause the structures to ‘blend’ thereby fading definition between two structures. The separation of muscle groups in Hi Def Liposculpting is essential in achieving the overall chiseled athletic look. Just look at ‘Muscle Magazine’ and you will note the greater the degree of muscle group separation and delineation, the more chiseled the look.
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