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Thigh Lift – Inner and Outer Thighs – Pennsylvania

Thigh Lift – Inner and Outer Thighs – Pennsylvania

Published on November 22, 2013 

Sagging skin around the thighs is often the result of weight fluctuations, loss of skin elasticity and aging. A thigh lift is a cosmetic surgery that is designed to fix the appearance of the thighs. With a thigh lift, the proportion of your inner and outer thighs can be smoothed to better fit your body’s contours.

Schedule a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Scott Brenman and discuss your beauty goals. Thigh lifts are often combined with other procedures and can be tailored to meet your body’s needs. Thigh lifts involve incisions along the inside or the outside of the thighs. There are minimalist approaches available if the changes are only going to be mild. Minimal approaches have smaller incisions and remove less skin.

Feel free to contact us at our office in Pennsylvania if you have more questions about thigh lifts.

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