Thigh Lift

Thigh Lift (Inner Thigh Lift)

The thigh (calf) stretch is an operation that targets the skin hanging around the thigh area. This skin flap usually occurs as a result of weight loss after diet or obesity surgery (bariatric surgery). Another reason is that after liposuction there is not enough skin shrinkage in this region and sagging occurs. It may also occur structurally in some people with advanced age. The only way to get rid of this is extra skin is thigh lifting. When thigh stretching is done, you will get rid of this skin pucker and your thigh will look thinner and even. As thigh lifting is done, excess skin is removed, leaving a thin long trace on the inner part of the thigh. The operation time is about 2-3 hours for both thighs. It can be done with spinal anesthesia or general anesthesia according to the preference of the patient. You can get out of the hospital the same day after surgery, an average of 7 days recovery is needed for heavy non-physical work. After 3 weeks you can start exercising.
Linear scars occur after arm and leg lift operations. These marks are usually placed on the inner part of the leg, in places where the inner or rear part of the arm is less visible. The scars from these surgeries are initially red and become better, less visible and white over time.