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Thigh Lift Surgery

7 Nights

Average Length of Stay in Istanbul

2-4 Hours

Average Session Required

1-2 Day(s)

Length of Stay in Hospital

2-3 Hours

Operation Duration

General Anesthesia


6 Months

Recovery Time

Thigh Lift Surgery

Overview of Thigh Lift Surgery

Thigh lift surgery tightens the loose skin and removes excess fat from the upper part of the legs, resulting in a more toned and smooth thigh contour. It's ideal for correcting sagging that occurs after significant weight loss.

Initial Consultation: The First Step of Your Journey

The first step towards a successful cosmetic operation is an extensive consultation with an experienced plastic surgeon. During this meeting, your health history, expectations, and potential outcomes are thoroughly reviewed.

Pre-Surgery Preparation: Setting the Stage for Success

To achieve the best results from your thigh lift, your surgeon will recommend certain medical tests and evaluations. A healthy lifestyle and abstaining from smoking accelerate healing.

The Day of Surgery: The Moment of Change

A thigh lift is performed under general anesthesia and typically lasts 2-3 hours. Your surgeon will remove excess skin, perform liposuction if necessary, and reshape the skin for tighter thighs.

Recovery Process: A Time for Patience and Care

Post-surgery, your thigh area will be wrapped in bandages and may include small drains. Following your surgeon's recovery protocols minimizes the risk of complications and speeds up healing.

Results: A New Beginning

The results of thigh lift surgery gradually become more apparent after the healing process. The thighs attain a firmer and smoother appearance, though surgical scars, while permanent, fade over time but do not completely disappear.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Thigh Lift Surgery Permanent?

The results are generally permanent, but aging and weight fluctuations can have an impact.

When Can I Return to Normal Activities After Surgery?

Patients typically can return to their normal activities within 2-4 weeks, but should avoid strenuous exercises 

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