This surgery, also known as calf implants; Is intended to give volume and shape to the leg in patients who have a decrease in muscle development or the desired shape is not achieved despite exercise.
It provides shape and volume improving the aesthetic appearance of the legs.
An incision is made in the posterior fold of the knee. Then, the surgeon will dissect a space between the fascia and the muscle, where the implant is inserted. Finally suturing the surgical wound in several planes.
The results are seen immediately, although there is a healing process and inflammation that gradually decreases. You can resume your daily activities in approximately 2 weeks and resume exercise in a month. Pressure socks are used and should be worn during the first month. It is important to follow your doctor’s instructions so that the results of the surgery are not compromised during your recovery. The final result is achieved after 2 months.
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No, scar outcomes are usually of very good quality. Also, there are treatments to reduce the visibility and make it almost imperceptible.
No, although it is suggested to decrease certain exercises like squats.
Highly cohesive silicon implants of this kind can stay in your body all your life.