There are different types of thigh lifts that are achieved via different incisions. Our consultant doctors will help you choose the best surgery to meet your personal needs. Below are the different types of things to consider:
Inner Thigh Lift (Medial Thigh Lift)
A medial thigh lift is the most common form of this cosmetic surgery. It addresses sagging skin in your inner thighs via an incision from your groin down toward your knee or toward the back of your thigh area.
Mini thigh lift
This procedure requires fewer incisions than other types of thigh lifts, only involving an incision in your groin area. It works well if you’re wanting to focus on the upper-inner part of your thigh only.
Vertical thigh lift
This procedure is perfect for those wanting to target a lot of excess skin on all of your thigh, It requires larger incisions that extend down to your knees.
Outer/Bilateral Thigh Lift
This kind of thigh lift targets the extra skin and fat on the outside of the leg. From the groin area, the surgeon makes an incision that extends toward the hip and lower back. After removing any extra skin and fat, the skin is then sutured together.
The intensity of a spiral lift exceeds that of a regular thigh lift. Another name for it is a complete thigh lift. In essence, a spiral lift targets all four thighs (the front, back, inner, and outer) in one procedure. Additionally, the buttocks and hip region are affected. The body contouring operation combines aspects of buttock augmentation, liposuction, and thigh lift surgery. It might also incorporate some methods for skin tightening.
Lift with liposuction
In some cases, the thigh area may have poor skin elasticity. Your surgeon may recommend liposuction in addition to thigh lift surgery to help remove excess fat cells and prevent sagging skin.
After the procedure, you’ll Likely feel discomfort, bruising, and swelling for a few days. Even though you should see increased definition in your thighs immediately away, the complete effects won’t become apparent for several months.