Thigh Lift

Thigh lift is surgery that removes excess skin and fat from your thighs. The goal of the procedure is to improve the appearance of your thighs by removing the “dimpled look” produced by cellulite. Some surgeons say the procedure is more effective for the front and side thigh areas, less effective for the back and inside areas. The incision does leave a scar at the hip, but it fades in time and can be hidden by a bathing suit. A thigh lift usually lasts several hours and can be an outpatient procedure or require a short hospital stay. You may be given local or general anesthesia depending on the surgical plan you and your doctor have developed.

The surgery begins with an incision in the groin area, near the hip. After the incision is made, your surgeon separates the skin on your thigh from the fat and muscle below by pulling the flap of skin upwards. Then, your surgeon removes the excess skin and stretches the remaining skin back in place.

Improved appearance of your thighs by removing the “dimpled look”.

When the procedure is complete, your surgeon closes the incisions with small stitches and covers them with bandages. A small drainage tube may be inserted in your skin for several days to drain excess fluid from the surgery.

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Dr. Ali Tehrani MD | Plastic Surgeon | Thigh Lift

Are there Risks?

Note:The specific risks and suitability of this procedure for a given individual can be determined only at the time of consultation with your cosmetic surgeon. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Minor complications that do not affect the outcome occur occasionally. Major complications are unusual.

Who Will Perform My Surgery?

Dr. Ali Tehrani takes pride in personally performing all surgical procedures. He does not allow “residents”, “fellows”, or other surgeons to perform your surgery. In the rare instance that a “co-surgeon” will be appropriate, this will be discussed with you during your pre-operative appointment.

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