American Society of Plastic Surgeons
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one year ago

Calf augmentation

I have really small calves and really thin ankles. I was born with a foot deformity that was corrected as a child. One ankle has more flexibility than the other so there is no symmetry between the calves. Is there a possibility of doing a fat graft on the ankles and doing implants to augment and make the calves symmetrical?

Procedure: Calf Augmentation
Location: Austin, TX

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Rahul Vemula
ASPS Surgeon
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It is possible to do both. Please visit a board certified plastic surgeon to figure out exactly which procedure is right for you.

Alfred Antonetti
ASPS Surgeon

Yes, you can do both but an implant or two per side will give you the better result or a combination of both. Not all plastic surgeons will do this so you have to call around and see who can do it in Austin.

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