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Thigh Lifting ​

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Thigh Lifting

Thigh lifting procedure is used to tighten and improve the saggy, dimpled appearance of thighs usually after weight loss. The saggy skin is excised surgically when performing this procedure.

The surgical incision and the scar line are hidden under the bikini (on the groin crease) or on the medial side of the thigh. Only the severe cases need an incision (and a final incision scar) on the outer side of the upper thigh.

Renate Healthcare surgeons may perform liposuction as a surgical step of thigh lift operation. This will allow the surgeons sculpt your thigh better and excise more saggy skin.

Why Renate Clinic?​

With our expert staff, we can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week about the risks you may encounter during the entire treatment process, possible complications and your treatments that will be terminated in a healthy way, and we help you whenever you want.​

Transfer and Accommodation

At Renate Clinic, we have designed and planned everything for your safety and comfort. We will accompany you from the beginning to the end of your treatment. Our VIP transfer vehicle and contracted hotels are at your service!

You will have a special counselor who will assist and guide you throughout your treatment process. Pre-operative interview, hospitalization process, pre-operative analyzes etc. You will have a special counselor with you in all steps such as, and everything will be explained to you.
When you arrive, we pick you up from the airport with a special vehicle we have arranged and drop you off at your destination. You are brought to our institution or hotel without any problems.
From the moment you contact us until the day you return to your country, we will have staff to assist you. We can easily say that you will not have any problems with the language. Our institution has health personnel who speak English. However, assistance in other languages such as Arabic, German, Spanish is also available upon request.

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