How Is An Inner Thigh Lift Performed?
An inner (medial) thigh lift addresses loose skin and fatty tissue on the inner slope of the thigh. Dr. Zubowski will make an incision at the lowest point of the crease between the groin and the inner thigh. He will then remove sagging skin in the thigh areas and perform liposuction if any fat requires removal. For extensive weight loss patients, Dr. Zubowski will make a vertical incision along the inner thigh as well to achieve additional correction.
How Is The Outer Lift Performed?
For patients with excess loose skin and fat on the lateral sides of the thigh and backside, an outer thigh lift involves an incision along the top of the pelvic bone on each side. Each incision may extend horizontally as far as the center of your body. Excess skin and fat is then pulled up towards the incision, tightening the skin along both sides of the leg; then the excess skin and fat is removed. To keep visible signs of surgery to a minimum, incisions are hidden in the natural contours of the body.
Dr. Zubowski uses the most innovative surgical techniques available in plastic surgery and where appropriate, safely combines procedures like a thigh lift with abdominoplasty and a buttock augmentation to maximize results and create an aesthetic balance with the contours and shape of your figure.
What Does A Thigh Lift Cost?
The fees for thigh lifts varies, depending upon the work you wish to have done, the kind of anesthesia chosen, and surgery center fees. Once you’ve had your in-person consultation with Dr. Zubowski, our Patient Coordinator, Dana Van Gray, will be able to give you a detailed quote
About Dr. Zubowski
Dr. Zubowski is widely recognized as a top NJ plastic surgeon located in Paramus, New Jersey. He is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has over two decades of surgical experience in cosmetic surgery. We are proud to offer thigh lift surgery in the Paramus Bergen, County, NJ area, and would be happy to consult with you if you are considering cosmetic plastic surgery.