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Thigh lift surgery reshapes the thighs by reducing excess skin and fat, resulting in smoother skin and better-proportioned contours of the thighs and lower body.

If fitness and weight control efforts have not achieved your goals for a body that is firmer, more youthful-looking and more proportionate to your overall body image, a surgical lift may be right for you.

What thigh lift surgery can’t do

Thigh lifts are not intended strictly for the removal of excess fat. Liposuction alone can remove excess fat deposits where skin has good elasticity and is able to naturally conform to new body contours.

In cases where skin elasticity is poor, a thigh lift along with liposuction may be recommended.


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What are the Different Thigh Lift Techniques?

There are several different varieties of thigh lift surgery. The type of technique is decided by the size and shape of the area, among other factors.

Inner Thigh Lift

This technique is exactly as the name implies, on the inner thigh. It is used to get rid of excess fat in the inner thigh area that patients are unable to get rid of through dieting and exercising. It can also help tighten the skin in the inner thigh area where the skin elasticity has been reduced due to aging.

Bilateral Thigh Lift

This technique is used to remove larger amounts of skin than some of the other techniques. A bilateral thigh lift is usually recommended for those who have excess skin due to a massive amount of weight loss.

Medial Thigh Lift

This technique is also good for those looking to get rid of excess fat in the thighs due to weight loss, or just for those who are unhappy with the way their skin looks in their thigh area.


In certain cases, a patient can choose to combine some of these techniques for optimal results. Factors that play a role in whether a combination of techniques is possible for certain patients include:

  • Quality of skin
  • Areas requiring the procedures
  • How much skin and fat need to be removed
  • Patient preferences
  • Doctor expertise



    During the surgical procedures, drugs are applied for your comfort. Options include sedation and general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best option for you.

    Formation of Incisions

    The formation of incisions varies according to the area or regions which are treated, the degree of recovery, the patient, and the surgeon’s preferences.

    Closing the Incisions

    Deep stitches in the lower tissues help to create and support newly shaped contours. Your stitches melt when the incisions in the skin close.

    See The Results

    The operation may cause swelling and bruising. However, the result is manifested at once.


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    Thigh Lift Post-Op Instructions


    Day After Surgery

    Your thigh lift surgery will take place under general anesthesia. You might feel tired, nauseous, and sore when you first wake up. This feeling is normal and can last for up to 3 hours. Your thighs will be wrapped in bandages, and you may be given a special compression garment. Small drainage tubes will be placed under your skin to drain fluids from your thighs as you heal.

    You will need to avoid driving due to soreness and pain medications, so plan to have a friend drive you home and stay with you for the rest of the day. Your thighs will feel sore, especially when walking.  After taking a nap, you will get out of bed and walk around your home to keep your circulation moving.


    2-3 Days After Surgery

    Swelling and bruising will be most pronounced in the 2-3 days following your surgery. Continue to wear your compression garment and if needed, change your bandages according to your doctor’s instructions.

    During this time period, it is very important to minimize movement to protect your incisions as they heal. The thighs are involved in almost every body movement, so you will want to keep your activity to the absolute minimum in the first few days.


    7-14 Days After Surgery

    After the first week you will return to your doctor’s office for a follow up visit. At this time, your drains and stitches will be removed, and your bandages will be removed or changed.

    Continue to wear your compression garment for several weeks. This garment protects your incisions and provides support for your thighs as they heal. Wearing it exactly as advised can improve your results.

    Keep movement to a minimum for the first two weeks or more. Avoid stretching your thighs and be cautious when sitting, standing, walking and bending.

    Although swelling and bruising will still be present, you will begin to see the improved contour of your thighs within this time frame.


    2-4 Weeks After Surgery

    After 2 weeks, it is time to seek greater balance between avoidance of movement, and simple, slow walking. Gentle movement will prevent blood clots from forming in your lower limbs. Cautious, easy walking is best, as are simple calf-exercises such as pointing and flexing your feet to stretch the back side of your lower legs.

    1-2 Months After Surgery

    Around the six-week mark, your incisions should be fully healed and the swelling in your thighs will be at a minimum. Your scars will still be visible, and can range in color from light red to dark purple.

    At this time, it is safe to resume most activities. If you are still experiencing moderate swelling, stick to the steady walks and avoid vigorous exercise.


    6+ Months After Surgery

    After six months, swelling should have subsided completely. Your final results will now be visible, although you may continue to see improvement for up to one year.

    Results of a thigh lift are permanent, provided your general health and fitness, and especially your body weight, stays the same.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is thigh lift?

    This operation is performed to eliminate the problem of prolonged sagging of the skin in the thigh area of the body by the effect of overweight gain or advancing age.

    Why is it done?

    This operation is performed to address the problem of loosening and sagging skin in the thigh area of the body caused by excess weight gain and loss or aging.

    What is thigh sagging? Why does it occur?

    The skin loses its elasticity with aging as well as its tightness with excess weight gain and loss and the subcutaneous adipose tissue thins, which all cause the leg skin particularly in inner thigh to droop downward. Dropping skin folds usually accumulate toward mid-thigh and sometimes toward the knee.

    How is thigh lift performed?

    Thigh lift surgery removes excess skin folds and fattening in upper and inner sides of legs. In thin patients with minor excess skin folds, excess skin is removed, and the skin is stretched and sutured, leaving a flat scar on the inner sides of groin. In patients with high excess skin folds and fattening, it is applied together with liposuction method.

    How long does thigh lift operation take?

    It varies according to the body condition of the patient. Thigh lift surgery usually takes about 2-3 hours.