Skin laxity and excess fatty tissue along the inner thighs is a common area of discontent for women. This can be caused by weight loss, multiple pregnancies, familial tendencies and the gravitational effects of aging. Fortunately, the appearance of this area can be improved using a surgical procedure known as the medial thigh lift. The procedure involves removing a “quarter moon” shaped ellipse of skin along the inner thigh/pelvic junction, and lifting and tightening the remaining inner thigh skin. This area is also often contoured using liposuction. The final incision is well hidden in the upper inner thigh and groin regions. It is important to keep this area very clean and dry while healing.
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For a consultation or for more details on medial thigh lift surgery, contact Dr. Scott at The Plastic Surgery Center.