The surgery that corrects insufficiently developed volume in the leg was initially developed to treat amyotrophia. The procedure is quite simple, as a prosthetic implant is placed along the muscle of the calf. A mark is made in a natural fold behind the knee, and it is unobtrusive. The implants are made of firm silicone and are made in various sizes to deal with every type of morphology. The process only takes an hour and is carried out under local anesthesia. The postoperative pain and swelling only last for about two weeks.
Another option is to go for lipo-filling. Some fatty tissue from another part of the body such as the thighs or abdomen is removed and then grafted onto the calf. This also allows muscle definition in the calves to be improved and gives them natural and elegant curves.