Moms are often busy, with responsibilities ranging from childcare to work both at home and in the office. Lately, moms are embracing the idea that they deserve to take care of themselves as well as everything on their to-do lists, and working to have the bodies they want is part of that. Recently, more amd more arms are embracing thigh lift plastic surgery as a method of removing excess skin on their thighs.
Why Get a Thigh Lift?
While working out and eating right can do a lot, sometimes a fitness routine and diet don’t get everything. A lot of women who succeed in losing a lot of weight are left with extra skin, and childbirth can take a toll on the body. Female reviewers of the thigh lift procedure on RealSelf.com share stories about their experiences: “I dieted and exercised over 190 lbs. off and now I’m left with skin and dangling fat.” “Nothing ever ‘went back’ after having my twins.” “It’s hard being 114 lbs and leg press 245 lbs but still can’t wear a pair of shorts for the saggy skin.”
Many of these women found that a thigh lift helped them on their way to making their bodies look the way they wanted. The procedure is often a final step on a personal journey toward fitness and self-satisfaction. A thigh lift can remove excess skin from the thigh area, leaving legs looking smoother, younger, and more proportionate to the rest of the body. Someone who has lax, loose skin, excess fat and tissue, sagging body contours, and/or dimpled or uneven tissue (cellulite) could be a good candidate for a thigh lift.
Where to Go If You’re Thinking About a Thigh Lift
If you’ve decided that a thigh lift is the right next step for you, finding a trustworthy, qualified, and skilled plastic surgeon who you feel comfortable with is an important part of the process. Make sure your doctor is certified, clear about risks, and honest about what to expect from the procedure. Your health and your happiness with your body should be important to your surgeon.
Ready to Talk About it?
Do you have excess thigh skin? Would you like to get rid of it? If yes, then you should consider thigh lift plastic surgery. For more information about this procedure, contact the Royal Centre of Plastic Surgery to schedule an in-depth consultation with Dr. Dickie.
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