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Calf Augmentation

What is Calf Augmentation?

Calf augmentation is a cosmetic surgical procedure that is performed to enhance the size and shape of the calves. Calf augmentation techniques were originally developed to restore leg contour for individuals with certain medical conditions, such as polio and club-foot, who tended to have contracted calf muscles. Calf Augmentation techniques include surgical implants as well as fat grafting to the calf. Both procedures can produce a comfortable, natural-looking, and visually-pleasing result. Implants are made of FDA-approved silicone and come in various shapes and sizes to suit the body type of the patient.


Generally, the surgery takes around 1-2 hours to complete. However, the exact length of the procedure can vary and it may take longer or shorter depending on the individual case.


Patients can expect a recovery period of several weeks to a few months. Most patients can return to work and normal daily activities within 2-4 weeks, but should avoid heavy lifting and strenuous exercise for at least 4-6 weeks.


Calf augmentation can be performed under different types of anesthesia. The two main types of anesthesia used for calf augmentation are general anesthesia and local anesthesia.

Benefits of Calf Augmentation

check Enhanced muscle definition

check Correct deformities

check Improved self-esteem

check Improved athletic performance

check Balanced lower body proportions

check Long-lasting results

Who Qualifies for Calf Augmentation?

Calf augmentation is a surgical procedure that is recommended for individuals who are dissatisfied with the size or shape of their calves. The procedure is suitable for those who have genetically thin or asymmetric calves, experienced injury or disease, or desire a more toned appearance to the lower leg. Candidates should be in good general health, have good skin quality and elasticity, and not have any underlying medical conditions that could increase the risks associated with surgery.

Calf augmentation is a cosmetic procedure, and as such, is an elective surgery. It is important to consult with a qualified and experienced surgeon to determine whether calf augmentation is appropriate and discuss the goals and expectations of the procedure before making a decision.

How to Prepare for Calf Augmentation?

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