Implant Procedure

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Implant Procedure

Implant Procedures are generally procedures that includes a single incision by which a spatula is inserted under the skin separating the skin to create a pocket in which an object will be inserted. The incision is then sutured. The finished procedure will give the appearance of a 3D shape.

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  1. An incision is made using a Scalpel.
  2. Using a spatula to create the pocket.
  3. Inserting the Implant and suturing.
  4. The incision has been sutured closed, giving a 3D appearance.

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