Calf Implants in Los Angeles

Many men find it difficult to grow and sculpt their calf muscles. For these men, calf implants are a great option to build both volume and definition. Dr. Douglas Steinbrech specializes in calf implants in Los Angeles for male patients. These implants are made of a soft silicon material. Over implementation can be a risk, so it is important to evaluate your entire body before selecting an implementation size. Each implant is customized to fit the patient during surgery. Calf implants are a form of muscle enhancement surgery designed to improve leg contour.


Calf implants are inserted through an incision behind the knee. Through small incisions, implants can be inserted to create improved calf definition. Dr. Steibrech can even use your own fat to increase the size of your calves, so that nothing artificial may be needed to correct a natural deformity or to increase the size of the leg.


Calf implants are also used for reconstructive surgery to help correct deformities or congenital defects. In general, the calf implant is placed through a small incision in the crease behind the knee. The implant is then put behind the fascia immediately under the skin in front of the posterior muscles of the calves. The calf implants are placed in what is known as the posterior compartment.

Benefits of Calf Implant Surgery

Calf implant surgery is performed either for elective purposes or to treat medical conditions or injuries affecting the calves.  If you are bothered by a calf that is disproportionate to your thighs, which does not respond to weight training or exercise, calf implants in Orange County may be right for you.

Some patients in Los Angeles choose calf implants are bodybuilders who desire enhanced leg contour. Other patients have suffered an injury or disease which led to shrinkage of the leg or significant loss of muscle mass.


Once the surgery is complete, legs will be sore but you will be encouraged to walk with assistance. Patients will be able to walk, drive and resume low-stress leg activities within three to five days. Three to four weeks after surgery you may return to regular gym workouts, including leg exercises.

For more information about Calf Implants in Los Angeles, please contact us to set up your no-obligation consultation today. You may also call 310-570-2402 to speak to one of our Patient Advisors to learn more calf implants for men.