Calf Augmentation Surgery In Korea


This method carefully locates the inner main branch that controls the gastrocnemius muscle, located on the outermost part of the calf, with neurosurgical equipment. It blocks the nerves with a high frequency, degenerating the muscles.  The muscles are not removed and the relevant nerves are blocked with thermal energy, resulting in almost no pain or swelling.  Because the gastrocnemius muscle is reduced overall, a natural and beautiful line can be revived.


Calf Augmentation Demographic

  • When the gastrocnemius muscle is heavily developed or when the muscles are asymmetrical
  • In the case where improvements are not seen in the calf with only liposuction
  • When wanting to correct bow legs
  • When feeling fear towards procedures where surgical incisions are made or if wanting to receive a procedure without concern of pain or lengthy time periods


Calf Augmentation Characteristics


Simple without Incision

A beautiful leg silhouette can be achieved through a safe non-incision procedure for patients nervous about surgical procedures.  The procedure is for all body types and ages.


Long Terms Results

Long term effects are achieved through a single procedure with semi-permanent reduction results.


1:1 Customized Detailed Design

Before surgery, the patient’s body type, fat and muscle conditions are carefully analyzed for a reliable and safe procedure. Corrections can be made to achieve a more slim, and elastic leg silhouette where the skin is left smooth and not uneven . The inside and outside of the calf slim out evenly.


Optional Muscle Removal Allowed

While reducing tissue damage, it is possible to delicately remove only the unnecessary muscles from the calf, as well as reduce sagging in the skin.  As only the nerves are blocked, there are no other side effects to other nerves, blood vessels, or muscles.  Therefore, there is next  to no swelling, bruising, or pain and return to daily activities is almost immediate.


Short Surgery Time

A simple procedure completed within 30minutes – 1 hour if general or local anesthesia is administered