Inner Thigh Lift -
Preparation and Operation
Inner thigh lift is an aesthetic surgical operation that helps eliminate flabby
skin on the inner thigh. This can be employed on both men and women. Normally it is done within one to two hours
but the patient will be required to stay at the hospital for at least two to three nights.
There is an argument about what’s better between inner thigh lift
and liposuction. The best way to answer this question is to identify the purpose of the decision of going through
any of the two options.
If your purpose is to get rid of that saggy skin in your inner
thigh and have that skin tightened, then inner thigh lift surgery is the best solution to your problem. However, if
your intention is just to reduce the amount of fats in your thighs, liposuction is the right solution for that.
Moreover, if your goal is to achieve both, a combination of liposuction and inner thigh lift will work
Preparation Before Inner Thigh Lift Operation
If you are serious about getting a thigh lift surgery, make sure to
not take any medicines that have Aspirin or Acylpirin for about three weeks before the scheduled surgery date. The
reason for this is because these drugs decrease setting time of blood that hampers quick recovery.
Smoking is also not allowed to be used several months prior to the
operation as nicotine can trigger complications and other possible risks.
Inner Thigh Lift Operation
The inner thigh lift operation will start by employing anesthesia
on the patient. Next is that some marks will be created by the surgeon on the selected parts of the thigh where
surgery is needed. There will be some incisions required and it will be made someplace in the patient’s front
groin. The incision will continue on the inner thigh up to the patient’s buttocks.
There are some instances where a vertical piece of skin in the
inner thigh will be removed if the skin in this area is excessive. Following this action is the tightening of
vertical and horizontal skin to avoid ugly inner thigh appearance. However, there is downside in this method as the
removal of excess skin will leave a long scar starting from the patient’s inner groin on the way to his or her
inner knee. This method is not usually performed as part of inner thigh lift procedure unless deemed
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