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Thigh Lift


Thigh Lift

Thigh Lift

Thigh lifting surgery is performed to improve the appearance of sagging skin in the leg area as a result of rapid weight gain and loss. This appearance in the upper leg, also called thigh sagging, can be completely corrected by surgical intervention. Your doctor plans the thigh lifting procedure according to the severity of the deformation on the leg. After this procedure, you will have the tight and healthy-looking legs you want.

Process of Thigh Lift Operation

Thigh lift aesthetics is performed under general anesthesia. Defective areas are marked in the leg area before the operation. Excess skin is removed from the groin line to the inner side of the leg and lifting is applied. The skin on the inner surface of the leg is pulled upwards and sutures are made over the groin line. In some patients, liposuction can be applied in addition to leg stretching. The operation is completed in about 2 hours and the patient stays in the hospital for 1 night.

Notes From Your Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

Even if not very notable, there will be a scar after the surgery. However, these scars will be under the underwear and in the fold parts of the body such as the groin. Depending on the application area of the operation, the areas of the scars may expand. Over time, the scars will become less noticeable and less disturbing.

It is normal to develop edema in and around the application area after the surgery. At the end of 48 hours, the swelling reaches its highest level and passes away within 1-2 weeks.

Depending on the details of the leg stretching procedure, the duration of the operation may vary between 1-2 hours.

You can return to your daily life at the end of 10 days after leg lift surgery. You can do light walks for 1 month. You should take a break from sports that stress the body for 2-3 months.

As in many surgeries, there is a risk of blood or fluid concentration under the skin and infection in leg lift surgery. This risk can be reduced by the precautions taken during and after the surgery.

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