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Many women feel insecure because of their thighs; some find them too large, whereas others suffer wrinkling due to aging, genetics, weight loss, sun exposure, and other similar causes. If you’re like them, you’ve probably tried all sorts of exercises, creams, and supplements to change your appearance. None of these are as effective as thigh lift surgery. Thigh lift surgery allows you to shape your thighs so that they are in proportion with the rest of your body. Whether you prefer your thighs shapely or slim, you can get the thighs you want through surgery.
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What will my life be like after
After the procedure, you’ll probably feel more confident in shorts, skirts, and bikinis. With a slimmer leg profile, you can look leaner and longer, which can make you look taller by at least a few inches. You’ll easily look more flattering in pictures and in clothes.
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What is a thigh lift?
A thigh lift, also called a medial thigh lift, is a surgical procedure that removes excess fat and skin from the inner thighs. It is usually performed simultaneously with liposuction.
How long will the operation take?
Although operating time may vary depending on your medical history, genetics, and current condition, thigh lifts generally take around two to three hours. During this time, you will most likely be sedated and under general anesthesia.
How long will it take me to fully recover?
Bruising, soreness, swelling, and discomfort are expected after the surgery. Because of this, your surgeon will ask you to rest and wear a compression bandage to alleviate the swelling. While most patients can get up in three days, most surgeons advise a recovery period of two weeks for better results.
Will I end up with a scar?
Yes, like most surgical procedures, thigh lifts leave scars, although these generally fade overtime. The size and appearance of the scar is largely a function of genetics.
Is the procedure risky?
As with any surgical procedure, a thigh lift comes with certain risks such as infection, bleeding, and seroma. However, these risks are controlled and well tolerated.