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How Much Does a Thigh Lift Cost?

How much does a thigh lift cost? For the average person, is the price of a thigh lift difficult to pay out of pocket?

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Price for Thigh Lift


The price for thigh lift varies , it depends on the condition of the skin also on how extensive , if its a medial thigh lift , if its extended , also if it's inner or outer  a lot of factors contribute in the pricing , in my case if the patients cannot come physically to the consultation I recommend sending pictures so I can see the pictures and evaluate and give you a good appropriate price according to you case. 

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Mexico Plastic Surgeon
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Thigh lift cost


A thigh lift varies in price depdning upon the region of the country and also whether it is a medial or lateral thigh lift and how extensive it needs to be.

Steven Wallach, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Thigh lift price depends on type of lift


The cost of a medial thigh will really depend on whether the lift involves just a horizontal excision to correct the very upper inner thigh or a horizontal and vertical incision to correct laxity of the middle and lower inner thighs. Depending on the type of procedure, typical inner thigh lift costs, including anesthesia and the facility fee range from $7000-10500 in my practice. Hope that helps. Best of luck.

Joseph Michaels, MD
Bethesda Plastic Surgeon
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