Calf implants also called calf augmentation, are used for leg enhancement and contouring. If you are looking for a more sculpted look in your legs, our FDA approved silicone calf implants are a good option to get that look. Calf implants are sometimes used to restore deformed legs due to disease or accidents.
Who is a candidate for Calf implants
Calf implants are designed for healthy men and women who desire the appearance of highly developed leg muscles.
Where are the procedure performed?
For your safety and comfort, we perform all of our calf implant procedures at our state-of-the-art fully accredited ambulatory surgery center, ASUCH Surgery Center. ASUCH, located in the same building, is fully accredited by the American Association for Accreditation
of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (AAAASF), the gold standard in ambulatory surgery center.
How are Calf implants performed?
After consulting with our plastic surgeons, the correct calf implants are selected based on your specific needs. All preoperative testing and labs are performed prior to the day of the procedure. On the day of the procedure, when you arrive at our fully accredited ambulatory surgery center, you will meet with certified anesthesia providers to discuss the best anesthesia option for you. You will receive preoperative antibiotics prior to surgery. The procedure is performed utilizing small incisions underarm area. The incisions are hidden at the back of the knee. The FDA approved implant are placed beneath the calf muscle fascia. We do not use drains. We may provide you with a postoperative garment after the procedure depending on the extent of your procedure. You will be provided postoperative pain medication. Most patient experience some bruising, swelling. The vast majority of patients can return to work in one week. We encourage our patients to avoid strenuous activities for 4-6 weeks.
Calf Implant cost
The average cost of calf implants depends on whether it’s a custom implant or regular implant. The average range is from $8,000 to $15,000. Your individual quote will include the surgeon’s fee, anesthesia costs, facility fees for the operating room and all other supplies and implants needed. Your fees also includes all your follow-up appointments.
Can I combine Calf implants with other procedure?
Many patients can safely combine other cosmetic procedure during the insertion of the calf implants. The most common combined procedures are pectoral implants, micro liposuction, SmartLipo, abdominal etching, and neck contouring.
If you think that calf implant surgery may be right for you, contact Georgia Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our expert plastic surgeons.
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