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How much does a thigh reduction cost in Turkey?
The average cost of a thigh reduction in Turkey in Istanbul is £2,000. Depending on the needs, thigh reduction costs from £1,700 to £2,300 in Turkey.
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What is a thigh reduction?
Cosmetic surgery in Turkey includes a series of interventions, among which are those whose objective is to reshape the body’s silhouette; one of them is the thigh lift or cruroplasty.
A thigh reduction in Turkey is a surgical procedure aimed at improving the shape of the thighs by removing excess skin and fat. These changes occur more frequently on the inner side of the thighs as the skin in this area is less elastic and can even give rise to the presence of folds.
The indication for this surgery is more common in patients after significant weight loss. Excess volume, skin or fat, causes rubbing and therefore irritation of the skin in this area. The reduction of the volume and the increase in the smoothness of the skin, due to the elevation of the tissues, means a significant change in the contour and greater comfort when walking.
This procedure in Turkey may be indicated to improve the results after liposuction of the thighs, when there is excess skin in the area. It is also often combined with other procedures such as abdominoplasty.
A thigh reduction in Turkey is not a slimming technique, so a medical assessment is the first step to determine if it is a good option for you.
The thigh lift procedure is performed under general anesthesia and lasts approximately 2 to 3 hours, depending on the amount of tissue to be resected.
Depending on the patient’s characteristics, the incision will be located in the groin crease (case 1), on the inner thigh (when the excess skin is greater) (case 2), and sometimes in the buttock crease. The incisions are always proportional to the amount of excess skin, although they are barely visible to the eye.
As with any operation, there are risks associated with surgery and specific complications that patients should be aware of.
After surgery, the patient usually needs to be admitted to hospital for 24 hours and wear a bandage or compressive garment for the first week. The discomfort following the operation is treated with standard painkillers. Under normal conditions, normal activity can be resumed after two weeks and physical exercise can be resumed gradually one month after the operation.
The results of the thigh lift are definitive and highly satisfactory as long as the patient maintains healthy habits, and it is advisable to follow a balanced diet and exercise regularly.
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