Thigh Dermolipectomy

FAQ: Frequently asked questions

Thigh Dermolipectomy: It is the surgery used to remove flaccidity from the thigh’s inner face.

It leaves a scar on the inguinal region; therefore, it is not visible.

It takes about 2 hours.

It uses local anesthesia plus neuroleptoanalgesia.

No drainage is left after surgery.

Stitches are removed during the first 10 to 15 days, although most of them are reabsorbed.

It is an ambulatory surgery. Adhesive elastic bandages are placed for splinting.