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  • The Procedure

    • Step 1 - Anesthesia : Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedures. The choices include intravenous sedation and general anaesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.
    • Step 2 - The incision : Incision patterns vary based on the area or areas to be treated, degree of correction and patient and surgeon preference.

      One common technique used for a thigh lift places incisions in the groin, extending downward wrapping around the back of the thigh. The underlying tissue matrix will be reshaped and tightened, and skin will be reduced and redraped resulting in more proportionate and smoother body contours.

      You may qualify for a minimal incision medical thigh lift which involves an incision only in the groin area. Your surgeon will determine what's appropriate.

      Medical Thigh Lift : Improving the contours of the outer thigh may require an incisionextending from the groin around the hip. Through these incisions your cosmetic surgeon will tighten tissues fro a smoother, better-toned lower body contour. Advanced techniques usually allow incisions to be placed in startegic locationswhere they can be hidden by most types of clothing and swimsuits. However, incisions may be extensive.
    • Step 3 - Closing the Incisions : Deep support sutures within underlying tissueshelp to form the newly shaped contours. Sutures close the skin incisions.
    • Step 4 - See the results :The smoother tighter contouring that result from a thigh lift are apparent almost immediately, although initially obscured by some swelling and bruising. You may be required to wear a compression garment for several weeks following your procedure to minimize swelling and support the tissues as they heal. Following a thigh lift, skin quality is dramatically improved both in appearance and feel.
  • The Recovery

    When your procedure is completed, dressing or bandages may be applied to your incisions, and you may be wrapped in an elastic bandage or a compression garment to minimize swelling and to support your new contours as you heal.

    One or more small, thin tubes may be temporarily placed under the skin to drain excess fluid or blood that may collect.

    You will be given specific instructions that may include : How to care for the surgical sites following surgery, medications to apply or take orally to aid healing and reduce the risk ofinfection, specific concerns to look for at the surgical site or in your general health, and when to follow-up with your cosmetic surgeon.