Thigh lift procedure:
The thigh lift surgery is addressed especially to people who have dropped more weight. This plastic surgery intervention is usually done to people with great laxity of skin. The thigh lift surgery is made with the tissue ascension by pulling and then excision the excess of skin in the groin and / or trench under buttock. The surgery may be associated with other area lift and / or liposuction. The thigh lift surgery is applied both in women and men. The results are even better when the laxity of skin is reduced.
Thigh lift recovery time:
The surgery is performed under general anesthesia and takes 2-4 hours. Postoperative recovery lasts 12-14 days. After thigh lift surgery is recommended a manual or erdermologic massage. It is very important for the patient to comply surgeon indication and to wear an elastic garment 2 months after the thigh lift surgery. Immediately after the thigh lift procedure you need to take an antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and painkiller mandatory for about 1 week.
What are the risks of thigh lift surgery?
Immediately after a thigh lift surgery there are risks of infection, problems with wound healing, bleeding, inflammation, etc. Remote risks are the pathological scarring and local skin uneven.
Thigh lift scars:
The scars after a thigh lift surgery will be located mainly in the groin at the boundary between the internal region of the thigh and the vulvar or perineal region.
For many people, especially women, these skin deposits are not reduced along with weight loss or with exercise. Liposuction can improve the contours of the thighs but the excess of fat is the main problem. The result of thigh lift plastic surgery will be evident almost immediately, even if, initially, may be masked by edema and ecchymosis.
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