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BODY / BUTTOCK LIFT

Overview

Sometimes due to aging, but more often after weight loss, our skin sags down. You seem to have plenty of loose and lax skin drooping down with gravity.

If you have a pendulous skin fold in the tummy area, sagging buttock, and love handles, you may be a candidate for a body lift/ circumferential lift or buttock lift. This is a surgical procedure to remove the excess skin and fat. It tightens, tautens and rejuvenates the skin. Please read FAQ's for more information.


 

Who would benefit most from circumferential lift?

When those who are obese or morbidly obese lose a lot of their weight they develop overhanging folds of skin. These people will benefit the most by having a circumferential tuck and removal of the overhanging skin folds.

 

What benefit can we get by a circumferential tuck?

You will experience a firmer and tighter or tauter skin. Your shape will improve as the excess skin is removed. Clothes will fit you better. You will also lose inches of your waist and hips. There is an overall sense of feeling good about your figure.

 

What is the difference between a tummy tuck and a body lift or circumferential lift?

A tummy tuck is advised when only anterior or front skin over the tummy is in excess. Circumferential or body lift is advised when there is an excess all around the body. The skin and deeper tissues over the lower body is lifted up and anchored to the middle body.

 

Will it improve my legs?

Yes, it tightens and lifts the skin from the upper thigh, buttock, and hip regions. If you have developed cellulite appearance due to the sagging skin, it will improve.

 

What is the extent of the scar?

In a circumferential lift, the scar will be all around. At Aesthetics Medispa, Dr Ashish Davalbhakta places it very low down so that it is always hidden in the bikini. In a Near Circumferential lift, the scar will not be circumferential.

 

Will the scar fade?

With time and with treatments available at Aesthetics Medispa, the scar will fade. It should become imperceptible in a couple of years.

 

What are the long term risks?

There are no long term risks. However there are short term risks.

 

What are the short term risks?

The short term risks are healing delays or problems. Hematoma, seroma, or collections, fat necrosis, and skin necrosis. All these problems are treatable and short term.

 

How long would I have to stay in the hospital?

Depending on the extent of dissection and the extent of resection of skin, you may have to stay in the hospital anywhere between approximately one week.

IF you have any more queries please send us an email, we will try to answer them as asp.

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