How to slim calves with cosmetic medicine

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All women dream of having beautiful elongated, toned legs, but often we have wide calves which we find really difficult to change through exercise or diet.
Wide calves might be genetic, or due to:
– An unhealthy life style ( too sedentary, or overly rich in fatty, salty food ).
– Water retention.
– Muscular hypertrophy.
– Fatty deposits.
– Cellulite.


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Cryolipolysis is an effective and fast treatment for localized fat deposits, a smaller handpiece is used for this area.


The radio frequency is based on the passage of current between electrodes. Electric fields create an energy directed towards the deep layers. This allows a remodeling of the area, an improvement of the texture of the skin and firming.
We use essentially two handpieces:

– A handpiece with a suction system that doubles the volume of treated tissue and heats up to 3 cm deep. A massage function is associated for the reduction of cellulitis.
– A handpiece specially designed for the treatment of laxity, body shaping and for volume reduction.

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In order to provide medical information of an objective nature and for a scientific, preventive or educational purpose, it is added that in many countries injections are used to reduce calves volume. The injection acts by paralysing the muscle, and leading to reduction by muscular atrophy.
The result is gradual, but is clearly visible 1 month after the injection, and lasts for 3-6 months for the first injections, and 6 months thereafter. At least 2 cm will be lost.


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My calves were too big, yet I’m thin. I reconciled with my body thanks to Doctor Romano’s care.


I had pretty voluminous calves, now they’re much more feminine. Thanks Doctor Romano.


I found my calves too big. Doctor Romano has sculpted my body. Very natural and impressive results.



Type of consultationAmount generally charged
Cryolipolysis600€ each session
Radiofrequency150€ - 200€ each session, it needs 8 sessions.

Written by Valeria Romano

Former intern at the Hospitals of Paris Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris 7 – Paris Diderot Registered with the medical board of Paris, n° 75/80452 More informations

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