BICEP IMPLANTS ISTANBUL AND ANTALYA

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Revised June, 2024 – Resource, International Patient Center
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ABOUT BICEP IMPLANT IN TURKEY

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BICEP IMPLANT SURGERY IN TURKEY IS TYPICALLY SOUGHT AFTER BY MEN TO ENHANCE THE MASS OF THEIR UPPER ARMS. HOWEVER, THIS PROCEDURE CAN ALSO BE PERFORMED ON WOMEN. WHILE MANY INDIVIDUALS ATTEMPT EXERCISE TO SCULPT THEIR BICEPS, THE RESULTS MAY NOT ALWAYS MEET THEIR EXPECTATIONS. IN SUCH CASES, BICEP IMPLANT SURGERY CAN BE A VIABLE OPTION TO ACHIEVE LARGER AND MORE DEFINED ARM MUSCLES.
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BICEP IMPLANT PROCEDURE

For the bicep implant in Turkey hospitals apart from improving the person appearance, the procedure is done using local anesthesia. The procedure will start with the surgeon making an incision in the crease of the armpit. A pocket is then created for the implants to be placed into. The bicep implants are then inserted from the incisions into the pockets made and positioned within the soft tissue. Once the implants are positioned the incisions are closed with sutures. The patients are advised to wear compression garments to reduce the risk of infection and swelling. The surgery in Antalya and Istanbul Turkey will take upto 2 hours to perform

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SUITABLE PATIENTS FOR BICEP IMPLANT

  • Patients who are at a good health condition.
  • Patients who are over the age of 18.

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BEFORE BICEP IMPLANT

Patients must stop taking medication or herbal supplements 1 week before the surgery.

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AFTER BICEP IMPLANT

  • Patients must keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water. 
  • Patients must avoid lifting.
  • Patients must rest for at least a week; they can walk but not stand up for too long.
  • Patients must take any medication prescribed by the surgeon correctly on time.
  • Patients must wear a compression garment for 2 weeks.

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RISK OF BICEP IMPLANT SURGERY

Just like every basic surgery there is a slight risk of complication to occur are;

  • Bruising.
  • Swelling.
  • Infection.
  • Hematoma.

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DEFINITION OF BICEP IMPLANT SURGERY

Hematoma – blood building up outside the blood vessels.

Incision – surgical cut made in the skin during surgery or treatment.

Local anesthesia – induces absence of sensation to a specific part of the body.

Sutures – also called stitches, used to hold the tissues together.

Compression garment – special clothing to provide extra support especially after surgeries.

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FIRST DAY

Before the bicep/arm implant surgery in Antalya or Istanbul hospitals, patients will have a consultation with the doctor to discuss the procedure and their specific condition. They will also undergo necessary tests before the surgery. Patients have the option to rest for the day and return to the hospital the following day for the surgery, if desired.

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SECOND DAY

Bicep Implant Surgery will be performed. The surgery will be performed using local anesthesia. The surgery will take up to 2 hours to perform. Once the surgery is over, the patient will be taken to a private room where they will be staying in hospital for resting.

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THIRD DAY

Patients will attend a post surgery appointment for a final check up and consultation. The patient will be advised on further medication. If everything is right then the patient is ready to return to their destination or patients can enjoy their time in Turkey. Patients will need to have the sutures removed after 7 days from the surgery, they can either have the removal done in the hospital or done at their destination.
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1. What is Bicep Implant in Turkey?

Bicep implant Surgery is a cosmetic procedure generally performed on men, but can be performed on women as well. Bicep implants are performed to increase the mass of the upper arms. Usually people try exercise to reshape the biceps but are not always successful. In these circumstances the best option is to undergo a bicep implant surgery. Bicep implant surgery helps the patient to achieve larger and more defined muscles in the arm.

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2. How is the Bicep Implant surgery done?

The procedure is done using local anesthesia. The procedure will start with the surgeon making an incision in the crease of the armpit. A pocket is then created for the implants to be placed into. The bicep implants are then inserted from the incisions into the pockets made and positioned within the soft tissue. Once the implants are positioned the incisions are closed with sutures. The patients are advised to wear compression garments to reduce the risk of infection and swelling.

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Does Bicep Implant surgery have pain?

Patients may feel no pain during the procedure.

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4. How long does Bicep Implant Surgery last?

Bicep Implant Surgery takes up to 2 hours to perform.

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5. Who can have
Bicep Implant surgery?

Patients over the age of 20.

Men and women patients who are at a good health condition.

Patients who are healthy both mentally and physically.

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6. How long do I need to stay in Turkey JCI Hospital?

Bicep Implant surgery is done on an outpatient basis, so the patient is sent home after the treatment.

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7. How long do I need to stay in Turkey?

The recommended stay in Turkey including consultation before the surgery and after the surgery is usually 2-3 days in Istanbul or Antalya.

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8. How can I reduce swelling?

To reduce swelling patients must drink plenty of water and keep hydrated, maintain a healthy diet, resting is very important, ice or cold compress can be done and if instructed by the surgeon, a compression garment must be worn.

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9. Devices used in Bicep Implant

There are no special technical devices used in a Bicep Implant Surgery apart from implants.

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10. When can I return to my work?

Patients are able to return to work 1 week after the surgery as long as they are feeling comfortable.
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FOR PATIENTS TO ARRIVE IN TURKEY, BEFORE WE ASK THEM TO SEND SOME PICTURES AND PERFORM GENERAL EVALUATION BASED ON THESE. WE DO NOT INVITE PATIENTS WHOSE AREA IS NOT SUFFICIENT OR THOSE FOR WHOM WE BELIEVE THAT THE PROCEDURE WILL NOT YIELD GOOD RESULTS. THEREFORE MOST PATIENTS WHO ARRIVE IN TURKEY KNOWS CONDITIONS AND LIMITS OF THE TREATMENT, WHICH ENSURES OF EXPECTATIONS TO BE MET.
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