Granite Bay Thigh Lift
Dare to wear short shorts with smoother, firmer thighs
Beautiful, sexy legs are an asset many strive to achieve through diet and exercise. But while dropping pounds and toning your quads can help you get fitter and stronger, significant weight loss often results in excess, sagging skin on the butt and thighs.
If you’re unhappy with how your legs look and feel due to sagging tissues, a thigh lift can help you ditch the extra skin and get a leaner, smoother leg contour that you deserve.
How thigh lift surgery can help you love your legs
Dealing with loose, sagging thighs isn’t just an aesthetic issue. When extra skin pools around the upper legs, it can make finding clothing that fits and flatters difficult, negatively impact self-confidence and comfort, and even prevent a patient from enjoying activities that call for bare legs, like swimming, tennis or even just enjoying a summertime walk.
Thigh lift surgery removes the excess skin and lifts and reshapes remaining tissues to restore smoother, firmer and more slender thigh contours, helping you:
- Fit into your jeans more comfortably (likely moving down a size or two)
- Reduce chafing during physical activity
- Restore a more flattering, proportional look to your lower body
- Feel more confident wearing shorts, swimsuits and skirts
- Take a few years off your overall appearance with more youthful-looking thighs
Contact us today for a personal consultation with Dr. Clark
Granite Bay thigh lift surgery & recovery
Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Christa Clark performs thigh lift surgery at our private, accredited surgical center at Granite Bay Cosmetic, with general anesthesia provided by an MD anesthesiologist for your safety. With more than 10 years of experience performing and body lifting procedures, she has the skill and aesthetic eye to achieve the improvements you desire with results that enhance your overall proportions.
She’ll make incisions either along the groin crease (for inner thigh lift) or across the top of the buttocks, just below the natural line of a bikini waistband (for outer thigh and buttock lift), or both depending on your particular needs. Scars are unavoidable, but Dr. Clark takes care to place incisions in locations that are easy to conceal whenever possible.
Most patients return to a desk job within 2 weeks and resume exercise beginning about 4 to 6 weeks after inner or outer thigh lift surgery. Keep in mind that if you’re having other procedures, such as a lower body lift, you’ll have to wait longer to return to strenuous activities. Read more about recovery after body lift surgery.
Dr. Clark will also explain all the details of thigh lift surgery and recovery at your personal consultation.