Reasons For Choosing To Have a Leg Lift
(Medial Thigh Lift)
There are a number of reasons for choosing to have this operation. These include:
- To remove excess fat and skin after gaining weight.
- To remove loose skin after losing weight, especially that which hangs down from the upper inner thigh.
As well as the potential self conscious issues associated with large fat deposits or loose skin. History has also proven that these areas often don’t respond well to diet and exercise.
Leg Lift (Medial Thigh Lift) – Making The Best Choices For You
To make the best choices for you and give you the results you want to achieve, it is important to have the right information and to be guided through the process by an experienced Cosmetic Surgeon. The most important decision to make regarding Leg Lift (Medial Thigh Lift) Cosmetic Surgery is whether Liposculpture / Liposuction could be a suitable alternative. Liposculpture / Liposuction is a less invasive procedure with minimal scarring. Liposuction is generally more suitable to younger patients with good skin elasticity and not usual suitable for those people who have undergone significant weight loss.
Dr Goldman will thoroughly go through this important choice with you. As a guideline here though, if large fat deposits are involved or excess skin and fat hanging from the upper thigh it is most likely that you will require Leg Lift (Medial Thigh Lift) Cosmetic Surgery rather than liposculpture.
During a professional consultation with your Cosmetic Surgeon Dr Goldman, he will guide you through each step and provide you with extensive information which will assist you in the decision making process.
Your Consultation – Leg Lift (Medial Thigh Lift)
At the consultation with Dr Goldman, it will always be helpful if you have an expectation of the result that you are looking for. The Leg Lift is a major cosmetic surgical procedure taking around 4 or more hours so it is imperative that all options are considered in detail before making a final decision. Dr Goldman will review your areas of concern and recommend the procedure that will work best for you.