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Thigh Lift


Gravity, weight loss and time can leave many with loose, excess skin in the inner or outer thighs. This loss of skin tone can result in sagging and an unpleasant contour of the thighs and lower body which sometimes does not respond to weight loss or exercise. A thigh lift surgery is an excellent way to reshape the inner and outer thighs by reducing excess skin and tightening up the area to achieve firmer, more proportionate contours.


Types of Thigh Lifts

For specific results, there are two types of thigh lifts available. An inner thigh lift surgical procedure, also called a medial thigh lift, is designed to reduce the excess skin and fat, and tighten the inside of the thigh. During the procedure, an incision is made in the hidden groin crease at the top of the leg, skin is removed and the remaining skin is pulled up to reveal tighter thighs. Using the correct type of technique, closure of the thigh lift is essential to prevent later loosening or release. This is a deep fascia repair technique that Dr. Golshani utilizes to maximize quality of outcome.

The second surgical procedure, the lateral thigh lift, targets the front and outside of the upper leg by tightening the skin in these regions. If there is an excessive amount of fatty tissue in the thigh area, liposuction may be performed during a thigh lift.


Where do I begin?

A consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Golshani in his Beverly Hills or West Hills office is your first step to learn how a thigh lift can improve the contour of your thighs and lower body area. Dr. Golshani’s consultations are designed to educate you about the surgical procedure and will include a discussion of your goals, the different thigh lift options available to you, the likely outcomes, and any risks or potential complications.


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