Are you hearing this? Instant ‘six pack surgery’ is now a thing!

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 02 May 2019, 11:34 AM
Instant ‘six pack surgery’ is now a thing (Photo:Instagram)
Instant ‘six pack surgery’ is now a thing (Photo:Instagram)

The short-cut to perfect Instagram body is here and we don’t know how to feel about this silicon barbie doll world that is slowly eclipsing over the real world of sweat, dedications and hard work. Ab implants which is fairly obvious by the term itself is a cosmetic surgery that makes your lean body pop up with silicon implants creating a fake six pack.

According to Daily Mail, a hospital in Bangkok, provides one step further with "instant" six-pack surgery for those who are too lazy to work out. And we are wondering if six pack implants will be the next big thing after nose jobs, breast augmentation, double eyelid surgery, butt implants etc.

In an interview with Coconuts Thailand, Masterpiece Hospital CEO and surgeon Raweewat "Sae" Maschamadol shared that they receive between 20 and 30 customers each year asking for six-pack surgery. Instead of implanting silicone into patients' abdomens, the abs are "etched" out by removing fat around the abdomen area creating a more natural and long-lasting appearance as opposed to fillers, said Raweewat.

24-year-old Pangpaparn Ounvilai, from Thailand who reports to have always struggled with his weight has undergone this bizarre cosmetic procedure that involves liposuction to remove fat from parts of the stomach that later reveals the natural abdominal lines. 

Mr Ounvilai, who has had several surgeries in the past reports that he has forked £3,000 to have his stomach muscles enhanced because exercise could not give him the body he wanted.

'I have been working out for many years but I want to my abs line to be more defined, so I did the surgery.'

'It will make my body always look good even though I will gain a little fat. I am happy this way’ Ounvilai told the Daily Mail.

The surgeon claims that the surgery is painless and ninety per cent of patients who undergo the surgery are actually fitness buffs who have trouble reaching their goals, Raweewat added.

 

 



First Published: Thursday, May 02, 2019 11:33 AM
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