Thigplasty

 

THIGPLASTY

Also called crural lifting or thighplasty, it is an aesthetic surgical technique whose goal is to tighten the skin of the thighs and remove excess fatty and dermal tissue.

The legs may look bad due to factors such as: age, sedentary life, lack of exercise, obesity, etc., which deteriorate the skin and cause it to lose elasticity, presenting completely unsightly wrinkles or fat deposits, or, on the contrary, legs are undervolumed due to muscle atrophy or birth defects; excess skin can cause limitations, both aesthetic and functional. Due to excess skin, walking may cause irritation to the skin between the legs.

The thigplasty is a cosmetic surgery that allows to remove loose skin, which hangs on the thighs, which usually appears after a significant loss of weight returning to the thigh a more tense appearance. By giving tension and stretching the skin of the thigh is possible to give a youthful shape and contour to the thighs that have suffered the wear and tear of the years and the changes or variations of weight that does not allow them to show off their thighs.

Intervention time Anesthesia Hospitalization Recovery Effects Results
1 - 2 hours General or sedation 4 hours 8 - 10 days Long lasting 21 days