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Calf Augmentation in Iran

 

While today, Calf Augmentation is very common among bodybuilders and fashion models; but it is recommended for people with injuries or physical disabilities too and both men and women can do it. Usually this plastic surgery is done on an outpatient basis and no need for general anesthesia; so you’ll be able to go home within the same day and pay less. During that, silicones which are durable rubber-like material, symmetrically inserted into calves. Just like the breast augmentation surgery. So in the absence of muscles, they provide the calf area with a bigger and fullness appearance. Be sure that the Iranian skilled surgeons choose the best medical techniques, so that you can tolerate the least side effects and the suture line be less noticeable.

 

Benefits of doing calf augmentation in Iran

Because, most of the cosmetic surgeries may be risky and costly, it's important to perform your surgery in the best condition, with the best equipment and under the experienced and trained surgeons. Fortunately according to the experience of many tourists, calf augmentation in Iran have high rates of efficacy and low rates of side effects. Iran's hospitals and clinics are one of the best in the Middle East at an affordable price. Calf augmentation costs about $3,707 in the Western countries; but in Iran it costs between $2,000 and $2,500. It is interesting to know that, you can have calf augmentation in Iran in combination with other body contouring procedures, such as thigh contouring.

 

Bottom line

If your calf muscles are weakened due to aging or disability, or naturally they haven’t good shape, you can be performing calf augmentation surgery as a one of body contouring procedures. It is noteworthy that, implants for calf augmentation may rupture or become dislodged and usually this requires additional surgeries to repair. Experienced Iranian surgeons can also help you in this situation. Just enough get in touch with Carefultrip Center consultants.




FAQ

The surgeon makes an incision in the back of the foot near the back crease of the knee so that the scar does not attract attention. The surgeon then places a special prosthesis in the leg area.

This treatment is ideal for people who have very thin and disproportionate legs or whose legs are arched after suffering from cerebral palsy, polio, rheumatism or inflammatory joint disease (arthritis). In general, any kind of damage or asymmetry can be corrected with this method.

The patient must wear a special compression guin. The patient can stand shortly after the operation and walk without a cane or crutch. Although the patient is allowed to walk after the operation, he should rest his foot and raise his leg slightly so that it does not swell. If the patient's job does not require physical activity or long walks, he can start normal activities one week after surgery.

Infection is very rare and can be prevented by taking antibiotics. Displacement of the prosthesis and discoloration of the scar caused by exposure to sunlight or the use of certain medications