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If you’re struggling with loose skin or a saggy, dimpled, or flabby appearance in your thighs, you’re not alone. Whether these concerns are due to age, genetics, or significant weight loss, a thigh lift in Las Vegas can be done to correct the situation by tightening, firming, and reshaping the tissues and lifting the skin to provide a smoother, tighter contour.

Thigh lift at a glance

Cost: The average cost is between $6000-$8000.

Procedure time: About two hours.

Returning to work: Light work in about two weeks.

Thigh lift benefits

  • Lifts, firms, and sculpts the thighs
  • Provides greater physical comfort
  • Removes the dimpled, cellulite appearance on the thighs
  • Relieves rashes on the undersurface of the thighs
  • Improves the fit of clothing
  • Provides a youthful appearance
  • Makes exercise easier and more comfortable
  • Provides a more shapely physique
  • Completes the journey after significant weight loss 
  • Improves self-confidence
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How is a thigh lift performed?

Your thigh lift in Las Vegas by Dr. Engineer will be performed under general anesthesia. There are several types of thigh lifts that may be done depending on your unique physical needs, and each have different incision points. Dr. Engineer will usually make the incision either at the top of the leg, about at the lower edge of your underwear line, or from the groin to the crease of the buttock.

Inner thigh lift

An inner thigh lift tightens the skin of the upper inner thighs, lifts the tissues, and firms your thighs. This procedure can be an effective way to attain the much sought-after “thigh gap.”

Vertical thighplasty 

During a vertical thighplasty, your Dr. Engineer will remove excess skin and fat and create a smoother contour of the entire inner thigh.

Outer thigh lift 

This procedure is done to accomplish the goal of removing excess sagging skin and fat from the outer thighs. Dr. Engineer will need to make a longer incision to achieve this, from the middle thigh to the knee. However, this procedure is highly effective. During the outer thigh lift, the entire thigh and buttock may be lifted. Excess fat and skin are then removed to improve the appearance of the thigh.

After the procedure, Dr. Engineer will use deep sutures to ensure that there is no sagging after the incisions heal. Drains will be put in place that allow excess fluid to drain after surgery, and these will be removed after several days.

Recovery from a thigh lift

Recovery time will vary based on which thigh lift procedure was done. There will be bruising and swelling, which will take about a month to dissipate completely. Rest as much as possible and keep your legs elevated.

You will need 1-2 weeks off of work to heal and recover. Don’t do any heavy lifting or strenuous exercise until 4-6 weeks have passed and you have a go-ahead from Dr. Engineer.

Once you heal, there will be visible scars from the incisions. For the most part, these should not be very noticeable to other people. Dr. Engineer does everything he can to make these scars as inconspicuous as possible.

Results

You will notice your thigh lift results almost immediately. However, you will still need to heal fully to see what the final results look like. This may take several months. At that point, you will be able to fully enjoy smoother, tighter skin and firmer, contoured thighs. These results are long-lasting, only changing slowly over time as you age. But be sure to maintain a stable weight and general fitness to ensure the results last.

Am I a candidate for a thigh lift?

Men and women who would like to have firmer, smoother, and leaner thighs may be a candidate for a thigh lift in Las Vegas. Candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Are at a stable weight
  • Would like to address sagging skin on the thighs
  • Are generally healthy
  • Do not smoke
  • Have realistic goals for what thigh lift surgery can accomplish
  • Are committed to a healthy lifestyle and fitness

Why choose Dr. Engineer for my thigh lift? 

Dr. Engineer dedicates himself to providing expertise with the most ground-breaking surgical techniques to ensure his patients enjoy the most outstanding results possible. His long experience and background makes him a uniquely and highly-trained surgeon whose authority in his field is of huge benefit to patients looking for someone they can trust. Dr. Engineer works diligently to ensure the realization of his patients’ expectations, and he specializes in body contouring. This is why he is known as a trusted, caring, and highly effective surgeon.

His practice, Engineered Aesthetics, represents the highest standards of quality, defining excellence as an ever-evolving standard that requires the utmost effort each and every day. Dr. Engineer and the entire staff at Engineered Aesthetics pride themselves on being your caring and knowledgeable partners as you achieve your thigh lift goals.

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Tigh Lift FAQs

Can a thigh lift improve cellulite?

A thigh lift greatly minimizes cellulite and in some cases, it can even make cellulite disappear.

How long after my thigh lift can I exercise?

You can exercise in about 4-6 weeks after the surgery.

Can a thigh lift be combined with other procedures?

A thigh lift can be combined with a tummy tuck, arm lift, breast lift and other procedures.

Can a thigh lift create a thigh gap?

Yes, a thigh lift slims the legs and can enhance or create a thigh gap.

When can I resume working after thigh lift surgery?

You may return to work after about 2-3 weeks.

Do I need a thigh lift or liposuction?

Liposuction targets stubborn fat. A thigh lift targets sagging skin but can include liposuction.

What are the risks?

Thigh lift risks include: bleeding, scarring, infections, skin discoloration, asymmetry, loss of skin elasticity, fluid accumulation, deep vein thrombosis, and heart or lung complications.

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