A medial thigh lift restores a firmer, proportionate appearance to sagging inner thighs. The incision placement for this procedure depends upon the extent of excess skin and fat that must be removed. For patients with a moderate amount of excess skin, the incision is commonly placed in the groin fold. When the amount of excess tissue is more significant, an incision may be necessary along the length of the inner thigh.
Lower Body Lift
A lower body lift restores attractive contour lines and proportions to the waist, hips, and buttocks. To comprehensively improve the lower body’s appearance, a body lift is frequently combined with tummy tuck surgery and an outer thigh lift, while an inner thigh lift is performed as a separate procedure.
A technique that is commonly used to lift the lower body is a belt lipectomy. This procedure is designed to correct loose skin and excess fat in the back and abdominal area and to restore a smoother, firmer, and more proportionate appearance to the waist, hips, buttocks, and thighs through the removal of excess skin, fat, and tissue tightening.