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Aesthetic Augmentation of the Upper Legs With Custom Thigh Implants

While the calf implant is the most recognized lower extremity muscle augmentation implant, it is not the only one. Often overlooked are implants for the  upper lower leg, specifically quad implants for rectus femoris and vastus lateralis and medialis muscles. While far less performed than calf implants that is undoubtably due to the lack of Read More…

Postoperative Instructions – Thigh Implants

Thigh implants are another type of extremity muscle augmentation that can be done. Using the longest and widest muscle of the anterior thigh, the biceps femoris, the implant is placed in a subfascial location through a small curved incision at its upper end. My top ten recovery instructions are as follows. 1. Thigh implants are Read More…

Aesthetic Thigh Augmentation with Subfascial Rectus Femoris Muscle Implants

The extremities are capable of undergoing aesthetic muscle augmentation using implants of which the most commonly done historically is that of calf implants. Today other extremity augmentations are also done in the upper arm for biceps and tricep implants. What all of these extremity implantation sites share is that of a muscle which glides inside Read More…

Technical Strategies – Pocket Dissection for Thigh Implants

Thigh implants offer aesthetic augmentation of the upper leg through subfascial implant placement of the biceps femoris muscle. This is the single largest muscle of the anterior thigh and thus creates the best opportunity for increased thigh size and definition by alloplastic insertion. Like all implants it requires a method of pocket dissection that is Read More…

Common Questions about Body Implant Surgery

  1. What is body implant surgery? While everyone has heard of breast implants, few are aware that there are other locations for the placement of implants to enhance the contours of one’s body. All of these body implants are for the purposes of enhancing certain muscles. Think of body implants as muscle contouring surgery. Read More…

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