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Who is a good candidate for a thighplasty?

Good candidates for a thighplasty are individuals who have excess skin and/or fat in the thighs, which may be a result of weight loss, aging, or genetics. They should be in good overall health, have stable body weight, and have realistic expectations about the outcomes of the procedure.

What can I expect during the recovery period after a thighplasty?

After a thighplasty, there will be some swelling, bruising, and discomfort in the treated area. You will be given specific post-operative instructions, including wearing a compression garment, taking prescribed medications, and avoiding strenuous activities. Full recovery may take several weeks to a few months.

Will a thighplasty help me lose weight?

A thighplasty is not a weight loss procedure. It is intended to remove excess skin and fat and improve the contour of the thighs. While some weight may be removed with the excess tissue, the primary goal is to achieve a more toned and contoured thigh appearance. It is important to achieve a stable weight before undergoing the procedure for optimal results.