Hello all. I am 18 years old. 160 cm and 50 kg, I always diet and exercize but because my genetic, i've many muscles in my leg and even i loose weight, it still looks bad. I've heared about using botox for calf slimming, liposuction, radio friquency, nerve separation and others. please help me to find out what is fitted to me. because i don't have cellulite, i have muscles. thanks for attention
What Surgery is Fitted for Leg Calf and Thighs Reduction?
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Calf And Thigh Reduction?
Thank you for the question and pictures.
Overall, it appears to me that you are in good shape; it is very likely that if I were to see you in consultation I would suggest you stay away from surgeons' offices.
If you were to contemplate any type of treatment it would have to be liposuction surgery which could target the small areas of diet and exercise resistant adipose tissue. Before you visit any surgeon's office however you should be aware of the potential risks/ complications of liposuction surgery including skin contour irregularity, unsatisfactory skin retreating, asymmetry etc.
I would not suggest the other modalities you have mentioned. I would suggest that you not be too hard on yourself.
I hope this helps.
Liposuction of the lower legs
While your ankles look fine, your calves may have some fat in them that could be amenable to liposuction. WIthout an exam it is difficult to say.
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Liposuction of the ankles and calves can get great results.
It is hard to know just from your photos if liposuction will help you.
Your ankles look fine but your calves are a little large. You have small bulges on the inside of the knees. And your thighs need to be examined. But of all the things you mention, only liposuction is safe and effective.
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