Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh Lift|

Thigh lift is a surgery that involves removing the excess skin or fat from the upper inner thighs area and tightening the skin around it to reshape and improve the contour of the inner thigh.

Your surgeon will make an incision at the fold where the groin and thigh meet, which will extend along the inner part of the thigh towards the knee. Then, the excess skin is removed. Thigh lift surgery is often combined with liposuction and tummy tuck to achieve holistic results. There may be a risk of scars after the procedure, but they can be easily concealed.



General anaesthetic, or a combination of local anaesthetic and sedation if the procedure is shorter.



Length of surgery

Around a day depending on the patient’s state of health and the extent of the procedure. The surgery is normally performed in a clinic or hospital.


The recovery process may last for a few days, in which case patients are advised to take these days off work to get proper rest. In certain cases, a short hospital stay may be necessary. After the surgery, the patients may be wrapped in an elastic bandage or a compression garment to help with the healing and minimise any swelling. Sometimes, your surgeon will temporarily place a small, thin tube under the skin in order to drain excess blood and fluids, if necessary. The patients must avoid engaging in any strenuous activities or doing sports until they are fully recovered which will be assessed by their surgeon. If, after the procedure, you experience temperature higher than 38°C, fever, heavy bleeding, worsening redness around the incisions or increasing pain, contact your surgeon immediately.


Some patients will need to do repeat procedures to attain the results they want, depending on the amount of excess skin or fat, and their individual body and beauty goals.

What Can A Thigh Lift Do For You?

Thigh lift is a procedure suitable for those who have undergone their weight loss journey, or in the process of it. Thighs are often considered to be problem areas when it comes to weight loss and weight management. With the thigh lift procedure, it is easier to achieve slim and toned thighs which can improve your self-esteem and confidence as it gives your legs a more defined and balanced appearance.

Are You An Ideal Candidate?

This procedure is ideal for men and women who are in good health, non-smokers, have realistic expectations and a relatively stable weight. It may not be suitable for the patients who have a tendency to bleed and have a history of not healing well after procedures.

Risks Associated With A Thigh Lift Surgery

It is important to have a consultation with your surgeon prior to the procedure and have realistic expectations about the surgery outcomes. As with the majority surgical procedures, thigh lift surgery is relatively safe, but there are still potential risks, such as bleeding, infection, or allergic reactions.

Another potential risk is the emergence of blood clots which can lead to complications, and that’s why it is important for your surgeon to have a proper assessment of your individual situation and determine whether you’re the right candidate for this procedure. There may also be potential complications, such as the distortion of the genitalia’s appearance, especially in women, and the risk of scars after the procedure (the scars can be easily concealed and are not a threat to your health). Ensuring that you understand what thigh lift surgery involves and the risks associated is key.


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