Calf Augmentation

On the whole, calf muscles are challenging to develop. The perception of many people is that they possess legs they feel are not shapely enough or are too thin. However, asymmetry of the legs could also be the result of particular pathological disorders like an assortment of congenital anomalies and diseases like Polio.

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Before After

About the procedure:
An extensive range of aesthetically pleasing and anatomically correct results are highly achievable, thanks to the wide variety of different shapes and sizes of implants available today. A small 4 cm incision is made through which the implant is positioned behind the knee, into the skin crease. The gel-filled, silicone implant is then secured deep within the muscle envelope of the leg.

About the anaesthesia:
A combination of general anaesthetic or local anaesthetic infiltration and conscious sedation is required for the calf augmentation operation. Although in some cases regional anaesthesia in the form of an epidural or spinal block can also be used.

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