Calf Implants (Calf Augmentation) is a very popular procedure, which will create cosmetic fullness in the lower leg and can help those men and women who, even after extensive muscular development, cant achieve the calf muscle toning they desire. Calf implants are best suited for lower leg sculpting, and also can correct muscle imbalance as a result of both physical and congenital defects ("skinny/chicken" legs, bowleggedness, clubfoot, disproportionate calf development). Get more information >>
This site offers detailed information about calf implants, and will explain how calf implants are commonly used to enhance the legs. Learn how calf implants are also used to correct both congenital and physical defects (Polio, Spina Bifida, Clubfoot), and create natural body curvatures helping you achieve the "perfect" body.
There are many reasons for getting calf implants, both genetic and cosmetic. Primarily, they are used in a self-esteem enhancing cosmetic manner, whereby, even after exercise, sometimes people still aren't able to achieve the leg development they desire. This is not unusual in today's society, especially with the demands placed on individuals with work, friends and family.
Calf implants are usually only performed by a small, select group of plastic and cosmetic surgeons who have performed thousands of these procedures and have the extensive experience required in forming (sculpting) and placing the solid silicone implants that are used in the medical procedure—assuring that they don't shift from their original positions or develop infection, two areas where serious medical problems could occur after surgery.
Our calf implant information page describes the procedure, recovery time, who the best candidates are, and what risks are involved. Find out about the costs, what is included and financing options. Also explore our before & after photo gallery and read our patient testimonials.
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