Lower Body Lift

Surgery

Excess tissue around the torso, including on the abdomen, flanks, and back, may be causing you to feel uncomfortable in your body and dissatisfied with your appearance. This trunk tissue accumulation is typically the result of weight loss, such as after bariatric surgery, after natural major weight loss, or following pregnancy. Unwanted skin can ruin the attractive curves of your body and cause painful irritation and chafing. A lower body lift is designed to remove excess tissue from the torso, tighten loose abdominal muscles, and create more natural, defined body contours.

How Can Lower Body Lift Surgery Help?

The lower body lift targets excess tissue on the torso by placing discreet incisions along the abdomen, hips, and thighs. Through the abdominal incision, weak core muscles may be tightened to correct the appearance of a stomach pooch. Excess skin is trimmed away from the abdomen, hips, and thighs, and the remaining tissue is draped to highlight your new body contour. Buttocks sagging can be correct for patients that have lost butt definition. Liposuction may also be used to remove excess fat to improve body definition and curvature.


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Frequently Asked Questions

To ensure patient safety and comfort, lower body lift surgery is performed using a general anesthetic.
It is important that body lift patients are at or near their goal weight and have maintained a stable weight for at least three months. Additional weight gain or weight loss following a lower body lift can affect your appearance.
Candidates for lower body lift surgery should be in good general health and have realistic expectations about their results. Patients seeking a lower body lift often have multiple folds of skin on their lower body that have become unsightly or painful as a result of dramatic weight loss.
While complications are rare, they can develop. Some risks include fluid accumulation under the skin, numbness around the treatment areas, infection, bleeding, and blood clots. Most complications aren’t life-threatening, but you should seek medical treatment for most issues.
A lower body lift permanently removes skin and fat from the body, providing long-lasting results. However, additional weight fluctuations can affect the quality of your results. Patients should maintain a healthy lifestyle that includes diet and exercise to ensure the quality of their results.

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