Thigh Lift



A thigh lift refers to a variety of operations that remove skin and fat from the upper leg (thigh) area in order to improve contours by removing bulk and loose soft tissues.



Two to four hours depending on the amount of tissue to be removed.



The anesthesia can be general .



Both options are possible.


Possible Side Effects

The most common side effect is wound breakdown at the intersection of suture lines in the groin because of excessive stretch of the tight closure caused by patient movement. Widened scars can also occur because of tension in these areas.



Similar to risks associated with any surgery, including infection, hematoma and fluid collection. Pulmonary embolism is a remote possibility.



Requires three to four weeks of restricted movement including no spreading of the legs or excessive flexion. 



This type of surgery is generally well tolerated and appreciated by patients.patient who physiologically accepting the presence of scars and ready to replace redundant scars with scare are those who get the best results .