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The aesthetic surgeons at Reshape and Restore can smooth contours on the thighs with a thigh lift in Worcester.

Once the skin on the upper thighs has lost its elasticity and become slack, the only real solution is surgery. A thigh lift is a cosmetic procedure that restores a firmer and more youthful appearance to the upper leg by removing excess skin.

The thigh lift is a popular cosmetic procedure at our highly regarded cosmetic surgery clinic in Worcester. The clinic is based in the prestigious Spire Bank South Hospital where we offer a comprehensive range of plastic surgeries for the face and body, including a similar procedure to improve the appearance of the upper arms.



What happens during thigh surgery?

Plastic surgeons can create a firmer, more contoured thigh area in two ways.

Medial Thigh Lift

This technique is used to improve the appearance of the inner thigh down to the inner knee

Your surgeon will make a discreet incision in the groin crease, through which fat cells will be removed with liposuction. The underlying tissues will be remodelled, and excess skin will be trimmed to create a more contoured and taut appearance.

Lateral Thigh Lift Surgery

This type of surgery allows the surgeon to create a smoother side profile for your upper leg area.

The lateral lift is often the technique of choice when there is a large amount of tissue and loose skin to remove. It can also be used to improve the appearance of the buttocks. In this case, the incision is made at the top of the outer thigh.

Your surgeon will decide upon the best type of surgery for you after assessing your case and discussing your motivation for considering surgery.

Thigh lift surgery is performed under general anaesthesia and requires an overnight stay at the South Bank Hospital in Worcester.



Is a thigh lift right for me?

Thigh Lift WorcesterLax skin on the thighs is a common but distressing problem, often causing a loss of self-confidence. Many of the patients who come to the Worcester clinic have noticed that the skin on their thighs has become slacker with age or after significant weight loss. If this sounds like you and you are in good general health, then you may be a good candidate for thigh lift surgery.

If you choose the Reshape and Restore clinic in Worcester for your surgery, your surgeon will advise whether a thigh lift is the best surgery. You will also be given full details of the surgical process and what to expect during your recovery.


How long is the recovery period after thigh rejuvenation surgery in Worcester?

Most patients find that they feel fully recovered six weeks after their surgical procedure and are delighted with their smooth and sculpted thighs.


Reshape and Restore at the Spire South Bank Hospital

The Reshape and Restore clinic in Worcester is based in the prestigious South Bank Hospital.

The clinic was founded by renowned consultant plastic surgeons, Mr Umraz Khan and Mr Thomas Chapman, both leading members of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons. Both men have highly successful careers in plastic surgery, in both the NHS and the private sector.

Mr Khan and Mr Chapman enjoy the respect of their medical colleagues, and many patients from the Worcester area are referred to Reshape and Restore by their own doctors.

The Worcester clinic offers the full range of plastic surgery procedures. As well as thigh lift surgery, treatments offered include breast enhancement including breast lift, rhinoplasty and the tummy tuck.



How much does a thigh lift cost at Reshape and Restore in Worcester?

The price of surgery starts at £ 7,700. However, as each surgery is tailored to the requirement of the patient the cost may vary between individuals. Your surgeon will confirm the cost of your thigh lift surgery at your initial consultation.


More about Worcester

Worcester is a medieval city located on the River Severn in South West England. Worcester Cathedral was founded in 680. Although it was heavily restored in the nineteenth century, the cathedral still has elements that are over a thousand years old and the building attracts visitors from all over the world.


How to find the Reshape and Restore Clinic at the Spire South Bank Hospital in Worcester

Our clinic is based in the Spire South Bank Hospital in Worcester.


Spire South Bank Hospital
139 Bath Rd
Worcester WR5 3YB

Tel: 07716 860 652


Directions to Reshape and Restore Worcester Clinic

From M5 motorway

Exit at junction 7 for Worcester. At the top of the slip road, take the exit onto the A44, signposted Worcester. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Crookbarrow Way – A4440 (signposted Worcester West, Malvern, Leominster). Continue straight across the roundabout on the A4440, and at the next roundabout, turn right following the signs for Worcester City Centre A38. Continue straight across the next roundabout. The hospital is approximately two miles on the right.

By train

Take the train to either Worcester Shrub Hill station or Worcester Foregate Street station. Both stations are approximately two miles from Spire South Bank Hospital (10 minutes by taxi).

By public transport

There is a bus stop a few yards from the hospital’s entrance, serviced by numbers 32, 372, 382, 582.


Unlimited free parking is available at Spire South Bank Hospital.

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