*Individual results may vary
Some people feel tormented by the fact that they have thin and shapeless legs. Certain pathological conditions can result in noticeable asymmetry between the legs, including Polio and a variety of congenital anomalies. The calf muscles are predominantly difficult to develop.
About the procedure
Calf augmentation is accomplished by the insertion of silicone, gel-filled implants deep into the muscle envelope of the leg muscles. The implant is placed through an incision of 4 cm and is placed in the skin crease behind the knee. A choice of sizes and shapes of implants are available for selection. The large variety of available implants can be used to match or achieve a range of anatomical and aesthetic outcomes.*
About the anaesthesia
The operation requires conscious sedation with local anaesthetic infiltration or general anaesthetic. Regional anaesthesia in a form of spinal or epidural block can be used as well