Unhappy with the perkiness of your pulkes? You may want to consider a thigh lift.
A thigh lift removes excess skin and fat from the upper half of your legs. Incisions often leave scars at the hip, which fade over time and can be hidden by a bathing suit. However, most thigh-lift patients feel that scars are a fair trade-off for the improvement to their shape.
Stitches are removed within one to two weeks after surgery, and you may be told to wear a support garment for a few weeks. This isn’t to reduce swelling, as you might assume; it’s to prevent fluid collection.
Furthermore, your doctor may ask you to take antibiotics to prevent infection.
Most swelling will disappear after about three weeks, though some may remain for several months. Strenuous activity should be avoided for at least a month.
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