A well-toned body is a sign of fitness achieved typically through healthy diet and exercise. But exercise cannot always achieve the desire results for people who have loose, saggy skin and uneven contours. Pregnancy, significant weight loss, aging and genetic factors may contribute to poor tissue elasticity resulting in sagging in the abdomen, buttocks, groin and thighs. A lower body lift is a surgical procedure to correct sagging in these areas.
Body lifts in general are not intended strictly for the removal of excess fat. Liposuction alone can remove the fatty deposits where skin has good elasticity and is able to naturally conform to new body contours. In cases where skin elasticity is poor, a combination of liposuction and body lift procedures may be recommended.
A lower body lift treats the abdomen, waist, hips, thighs and buttocks in one procedure. An abdominoplasty corrects the apron of excess skin hanging over the abdomen and corrects stretched or torn abdominal muscles; liposuction can be used to remove fatty deposits in the waist and hip areas; a medial thigh lift corrects the sagging of the inner thigh; a circumferential incision around the body removes excess skin and fat and corrects sagging skin in the abdomen, buttocks and hips.
Once the body lift is completed, dressings and small bandages will be applied to the incisions. You may be given a girdle or other type of compression garment to wear for five to 10 days for support of the buttocks, abdomen and thighs. Recovery times vary with each individual but strenuous activity and exercise should be avoided for four to six weeks.
The results of a lower body lift are visible almost immediately. However, it may take as long as one year for the final results of the procedures to fully develop. Scars will remain but should be hidden beneath the bikini line. Overall results are long lasting, provided a stable weight and general fitness are maintained.
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