Calf Implants Thailand
|PAI in Bangkok|
|Calf Implants: 5300 US$ including 1 night at the hospital
(needs 2 month to deliver implants after custom ordering according to the size that fits you)
Any body building enthusiast will tell you that the most difficult area of the body to build up is the calf area. Many people desire to have beautiful, well-shaped calves and are unhappy with the present state of their calves. A well-turned leg can look fantastic in high heels with a flirty dress but if you have thick and shapeless calves it can ruin the total effect.
Calf implants can give you the sexy legs you’ve always desired without having to spend years in the gym doing endless hours of mind-numbing exercise. Beautiful legs are what wolf whistles are made of! Enjoy a more confident you who isn’t afraid to show off your legs on the beach or dancing the night away in a trendy nightclub.
What is the length of the surgery?
Calf implants in Thailand should take 1 – 2 hours.
Who is a candidate for calf implants in Thailand?
A good candidate for calf implants is a person who is unhappy with the appearance of their calves, with poorly developed muscle tone or ‘skinny’ calves that may well create a bow legged appearance. This procedure is also helpful to people who have suffered injuries to the calf muscle or have suffered an illness like Polio.
How is the surgery performed?
A small incision is made in the crease at the back of the knee and the silicone implant is placed behind the muscle pocket where it is positioned for maximum aesthetic appeal. Once the placement is done the incisions are sutured closed.
What can a patient expect from calf implants in Thailand?
The patient can expect to have a fuller, more defined calf muscle with legs that look less thin and shapeless. The look will be of a stronger, more muscular or shapely, more attractive calf area which makes the legs look more balanced.
What are the risks and side effects involved in calf implants in Thailand?
Negative side effects are rare, but there is a risk of infection, swelling, bleeding and in some cases the implant might shift or weaken the nearby muscle.
How long does the patient need to stay in hospital?
Calf implants in Thailand are usually performed on an outpatient basis and there should be no need to stay overnight in hospital.
Are there any noticeable scars?
The scars are minor and should be well hidden in the crease at the back of the knee. These scars should fade over the coming months and become nearly invisible.
What type of anaesthesia is used?
The surgeon will employ a combination of a local anaesthetic and sedation during the procedure.
Frequently asked questions:
How to prepare for calf implants in Thailand?
Refrain from smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol or taking medications and vitamins for up to two weeks before the procedure.
Will there be pain?
Patients can expect soreness and stiffness in the initial phases after the operation, which can be controlled with the administration of pain medication.
Are the results permanent?
Yes the results are extremely long lasting.
How long will it take to recover from surgery?
During the first week the patient should rest and only walk for short periods, keeping the legs elevated, but after this initial break they should begin a more regimented regime of walking and exercise. Full recovery will take 4 – 6 weeks.