Medial Thigh Lift
A medial thigh lift is a surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fatty tissue from the medial thighs. Patients have a very high rate of satisfaction following a thigh lift as it can remove excess folds and improves body contour allowing clothes to fit better.
A medial thigh lift is a common procedure performed in massive weight loss patients as part of their body contouring. If you are a massive weight loss patient a thigh lift can have a significant improvement in your ability to exercise allowing for further weight loss.
There are a variety of different techniques used by plastic surgeons for a medial thigh lift. A medial thigh lift can be combined with other forms of body-contouring surgery, including suction-assisted lipectomy (Liposuction), or performed at the same time with other elective surgeries.
Dr. Teshima has performed hundreds of medial thigh lifts and practices evidence based medicine and uses the latest techniques to reduce the risk of long term complications and increase patient satisfaction.
Before & After
Due to patient confidentiality photos are not publicly available. Please contact us to see Dr. Teshima’s before and after photos during your consultation appointment and learn more.
Are You a Candidate?
A medial thigh lift is not a surgical treatment for being overweight. Obese individuals who intend to lose weight should postpone all forms of body contouring surgery or a medial thigh lift until they have reached a stable weight.
Cost of Medial Thigh Lift
No two patients are the same. The cost of an medial thigh lift tends to vary depending on each patient’s individual needs but the average range is between $7,000 and $10,000. Meeting with Dr. Teshima, you will be able to determine a custom treatment plan that will achieve a result that meets your particular goals. During your free consultation you’ll be able to ask any questions you may have and to undergo an in-person evaluation to ensure you are satisfied. Book your free consultation by e-mail or by filling out the form to the right.