Thigh Lift Philadelphia

Thigh Lift Philadelphia

Published on February 7, 2018 

The Thigh Lift is a body contouring cosmetic surgery procedure that is performed to improve the appearance of the thighs. The thighs are a common trouble zone for many people either because of excess, sagging skin that has developed as they have gotten older or after achieving a significant weight loss, or perhaps the thighs have always been an area that a patient has struggled with due to stubborn, excess fat cells.

The Thigh Lift, or Thighplasty, may be performed on its own or in combination with other body contouring procedures such as Liposuction to removed stubborn fat in the area. The Thigh Lift alone will only address sagging, excess skin in the upper legs. The Thigh Lift may also be performed with other body contouring procedures such as a body lift. If you are interested in learning more about your options for improving your thigh appearance, contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. Brenman today.

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