Some people are dissatisfied with the size or shape of their breasts, others are unhappy about excess fat in certain areas, while still others struggle with the appearance of their calves. We can help with a surgical calf augmentation.
Ideal in combination with a buttocks lift or lipotransfer
We only use MENTOR implants
Many people consider extremely thin, flat or asymmetric calves to be a cosmetic defect. This can be solved with silicone calf implants to give the calf muscles the look you desire. This procedure is suitable for both women and men, although it is not nearly as popular among men in this country. Among women, however, we do dozens of operations per year.
WHAT IS CALF AUGMENTATION?
Calf augmentation gives clients muscles of the desired size and shape. We only work with implants that have a lifetime guarantee and that will not stick out or be felt under the skin. We put the scar on the inside of the knee where it is almost invisible. One major benefit of this procedure is that the effects are permanent.
CALF AUGMENTATION IN PRAGUE
At ABClinic Art & Beauty our staff speaks your language, so you will feel comfortable and safe in our hands. If you come to us for calf augmentation from another country, we can do the first consultation online. You will then have an in-person consultation with the doctor once you come to Prague before the operation.
As calf augmentation is performed under brief general anesthetic, you will need to have a pre-operation examination either at our clinic or with your GP. This examination should be done one week before the operation and includes blood work, including coagulation values, and evaluations of the heart, liver function, mineral content, etc.
The final price of your operation will be set after a personal consultation with a doctor at our clinic. The price will reflect your individual needs based on your anatomy, the recommended operating technique chosen by your operating surgeon, the implants and the difficulty of the operation. The price given in our price list is for the purposes of orientation only.
Every medical procedure involves a certain amount of risk and potential complications. While your surgeon and our clinic’s surgical team will do everything in their power to ensure no complications arise, certain adverse effects cannot be ruled out entirely.
Swelling and bruising is temporary and quite normal in the first few days after the procedure. We apply a sterile bandage right after the operation for any minor bleeding. Persistent bleeding can be considered a complication, along with some risk of infection, which however can be avoided with preventive antibiotics. Impaired healing or changes in sensitivity are rare but not irreversible complications of the healing process. From a medical standpoint, one the most serious potential complications is the risk of thromboembolic disease, which we actively work to prevent by getting you up and about after the operation as well as by administering low-molecular-weight heparin at the designated dosage and times.