What Is a Calf Augmentation Procedure? Center

Calf augmentation is a surgery that enhances the appearance of the leg. It usually involves placing an implant made of silicone over the muscles along the calf, usually performed by plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Calf augmentation is a relatively safe procedure with low mortality and relatively few incidences of complications. Read more: What Is a Calf Augmentation Procedure? Article


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