Medial Thigh Lift

Definition - What does Medial Thigh Lift mean?

A medial thigh lift, also known as thighplasty, is a surgical procedure that is used to eliminate excess skin and fat in the inner part of the thighs. It is frequently requested by patients who wish to improve the appearance of the medial thighs, especially after extensive weight loss or aging.

Especially in the last years, the number of patients who undergo thigh lift has increased significantly because of the skin relaxation that occurs after bariatric surgery.

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There are various incision patterns depending on the extent of the problem and the patient and surgeon preference. The surgeon places dressings and bandages to the incisions after the procedure, while tiny tubes may be placed for a few days under the skin to drain excess blood or fluid.

Patients notice a significant difference immediately after surgery. Yet, it usually takes some months for the end results. After a medial thigh lift, skin looks and feels better. Some visible scars often remain; however, the results last long, given that you maintain a normal weight.

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