Many women are embarrassed about their upper legs, often hiding behind long shorts, skirts, and pants. When diet an exercise doesn’t work, surgery could be an alternative to achieving firm and attractive legs that any woman could be proud to flaunt!
At Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery, Dr. Ali Mosharrafa and Dr. Tami Mosharrafa give patients the confidence they need to be comfortable in their own skin. Whether for cosmetic purposes or medical ones, plastic surgery or aesthetic enhancements can be a viable solution to any of your appearance desires.
A thigh lift or thighplasty helps tone and reshape thighs that have loose, excess skin. This surgery can reduce skin or fat to form smoother, firmer, and better-proportioned thighs. Thighlift can be performed on different areas of the thigh: the inner thigh, bilateral thigh (front and outside), and medial thigh (upper inner area).
Most people who seek a thighplasty have recently lost a significant amount of weight. An unfortunate but inevitable result for some people is excess skin and fat tissue in the inner thigh. This plastic surgery can make the appearance of your thigh more youthful and proportionate. The results from the surgery are practically immediate, but the final results will fully set in within a couple weeks. By keeping up with proper diet and fitness, visible scars will be minimal if at all noticeable.
Recovering from a thigh lift can involve the use of compression stockings to reduce swelling and support the new shape of your thighs. Typically, patients will take 7 to 10 days off of work for recover. To accommodate the healing process, patients should remain in a reclining or standing position. Bruising and swelling may occur, which may last for a month following the surgery. Normal activities can be resume within 6 months.
To learn more about thigh lift and additional information about pre-op, surgical, and post-op procedures, contact a representative at Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery today.
If you wish to set up a consultation with one of our surgeons, please do not hesitate to call us at our Phoenix location. We are easily accessible and here to help. Call us now at (602) 513-8133.
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