For those who are self-conscious with regard to the development of their calf muscles or have failure in development as in poliomyelitis or club foot then suitably shaped silicone augmentations can be inserted via a small incision behind the knee. They are usually placed beneath the deep fascia of the leg which is suitably split to allow augmentation without damage to the underlying muscle.
With any augmentation in any part of the anatomy if you do not like them or your body does not react well to their presence remember they can always be removed and returned to their former shape.
Not only is Mr Harrison clever and delightful, but I have been more than happy with all the procedures that he has performed, as they were so successful.
Miss S.M, London