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Calf Augmentation with Implants

A Step Towards Harmony and Balance

What is calf augmentation with implants?

Calf augmentation with implants is a surgical procedure designed to enhance the shape and size of the calf muscles. This method is ideal for individuals with disproportionately thin calves who are dissatisfied with their appearance, as well as those looking to address asymmetry or the effects of muscle atrophy.

Ideal candidates for calf augmentation?

  • Individuals with thin or underdeveloped calves
  • Those who have not achieved desired results through exercise
  • People with congenital deformities or asymmetry of the calves

Preparation and procedure

Preparing for surgery to enlarge the calves with implants?

Complete preparation for the surgery is performed at our Clinic and is included in the price.

It includes the following:

  • Laboratory tests
  • Internal medicine and cardiology examination with EKG
  • Anesthesiologist examination

How is calf augmentation performed with implants?

The surgery is performed under general anesthesia, with a small incision made in the area behind the knee, through which silicone implants are placed under the calf muscles. This allows for minimal scarring and a natural appearance.

Recovery after calf augmentation with implants?

Immediately after surgery, patients can walk, and a compression bandage is worn for seven days. A special brace is recommended for 3-4 weeks to reduce swelling and bruising. Full recovery and return to daily activities typically take several weeks.

Risks after calf augmentation with implants?

Like any surgery, there are risks of allergic reactions to anesthesia, bleeding, and infection, but these risks are minimized when performed in a fully sterile operating room and when the procedure is strictly followed according to protocol by an experienced surgeon.


Are the results of calf augmentation permanent?

Yes, the results of calf augmentation with implants are permanent, provided that the patient maintains a stable body weight.

Permanent improvement in shape and
Quick recovery and ability to resume daily activities
Increased self-confidence due to more harmonious leg appearance

Increasing the size of the calves with implants carries certain risks, similar to other surgical interventions. Common risks include infection, bleeding, and potential for improper positioning of the implants. There is a possibility of scarring, changes in skin sensitivity in the treated area, as well as a chance of long-term pain or discomfort. A qualified and experienced surgeon will use state-of-the-art techniques and protocols for maximum patient safety.