Calf Augumentation

Calf augmentation with implants is a procedure to improve the size and shape of the calf. Patients seek calf implants to enhance and define the lower leg if it cannot be achieved though exercise alone, or to correct a muscle imbalance resulting from physical or birth defects. Calf augmentation is a procedure performed to enhance the lower portion of the leg. In people with a shrunken lower leg, as a result of injury or disease, an implant can be inserted in the calf to help minimize the resultant deformity. Despite the fact that actual leg function has not been improved, the authors consider this reconstructive surgery as the goal is to help restore a more normal appearance.

We will provide you with flexible non surgical lipo therapy timings and utmost care during the entire treatment at the clinic.

Ideal Candidate for Calf Augmentation

Ideal candidates for calf augmentation procedures are men and women in general good health and who have the desire to improve the look of the lower leg, either for restorative or cosmetic reasons.

In restorative cases, patients seek calf augmentation surgery to correct the proportion of the leg after experiencing shrunken lower leg symptoms after congenital illnesses, infections, or disease—for example, spina bifida or clubfoot. In other cases, defects are caused by physical trauma to the size or shape of the calf muscle on one or both legs. Calf augmentation is a solution to regain the balance and symmetry of both lower leg areas.

Fat grafting has revolutionized the conceptualization and treatment of contour and soft-tissue volume issues, and offers safe, durable outcomes with diminished scar burden compared to traditional filling techniques. 6 , 7 Fat grafting for correction of unaesthetic calves would seem to be an ideal alternative to traditional calf aesthetic procedures.