For many people, the joy of losing a significant amount of weight is overshadowed by the excess skin that is left behind.
Thigh lift surgery (also known as thighplasty) removes excess skin from this area, leaving you with tight, smooth thighs. You’ll finally be able to show off your new body, with the confidence that you deserve.
Dr Hunt uses a number of thigh surgery techniques, depending on the areas of concern:
- Inner (medial) thigh lift: The inside of the thighs are very difficult to shape through exercise. An inner thigh lift involves an incision along the junction between the thigh and pubic area to remove loose skin and any excess fat.
- Outer (lateral) thigh lift: This procedure tightens the skin on the front and outside of the thigh.
- Inner (medial) thigh lift with liposuction: This procedure tightens the skin at the top of the inner thigh, with the effects extending further down the inner thigh than a thigh lift alone.
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Dr Hunt will perform your thigh lift under a general anaesthetic in the hospital of your choice.
He will make an incision around the top of your thigh (near your groin), before pulling the excess skin upwards, stitching it into its new position and trimming the excess. Dr Hunt will do his very best to ensure that your scar will be hidden by your swimwear or underwear.
You will stay in hospital for around three nights after your surgery. You’ll be able to go home once you are comfortable and able to get to and from a bathroom.
Once you get home, you should limit your movements to around the house for two to three days.
You’ll see Dr Hunt during the first week after your surgery, and several more times over the following weeks and months.
You should plan on taking at least 3 weeks off work.
You will be able to resume all activities, including exercise, around six weeks after your thigh lift surgery.
However you must not do any activities that increase your heart rate above 100 beats per minute for the first three weeks.
The effect of your thigh lift will be immediate, and once you remove the compression garment you’l be able to see your new shape. However, the final effect may not be apparent for a few months.