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Through the ages, a highly-sculpted, muscular physique has always been the model for the human male. Unfortunately, genetic programming, trauma, cancer, or congenital skeletal or muscular defects has meant that the desired chest shape is not naturally possible for many boys and men who live with irregular chest and breast deformities. 

When the ribs and sternum are involved at birth it can produce a sunken-in deformity of the sternum, which is known as pectus excavatum. Acquired conditions resulting from trauma or cancer can take different forms. Both types of chest deformities can be addressed with expert plastic surgery by Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons.  

Our team of experts is able to replace muscle volume and enhance shape by inserting synthetic, soft, silicone implants. Pectoral implants, commonly referred to as chest implants or pec implants, are used to correct both congenital or acquired chest defects as well as enhance the appearance, size and muscular definition of pectoral muscles in the normal male chest. Pectoral implants can create a permanent, predictable change in chest size and shape, compensating for chest deformities and creating a more natural contour. In addition, men with congenital chest wall deformities or those with an acquired deformity from rupture or tear of the pectoralis muscle can achieve improvement in chest shape and symmetry.

The best way to know if a chest deformity procedure is right for you is to sit down with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons specialist for a personal consultation. Together, you will discuss your condition, your desired results, the details of your procedure options, and any concerns or questions you may have.  

The first step is to schedule an appointment. Please be assured that scheduling an initial consultation with your Crystal Clinic Plastic Surgeons expert will not obligate you to move forward with any procedure.