Is it possible for me to achieve that beautiful SPACE or GAP between my thighs with liposuction? My thighs constantly rub, making running/walking/jogging difficult when i work out, and it wears out my pants. It also makes me extremely self conscious. Can this be achieved on me? Thanks in advance!
Can I Achieve an Inner Thigh Gap with Lipo? (photo)
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Inner thigh issues
Inner thigh rubbing can be a problem. Liposuction , may help to thin them out but be careful, because over aggressive liposuction can cause the skin to hang more and then you may require a thigh lift.
Inner thich liposuction
From your pictures I can see what bothers you. I do think some size reduction in your inner thigh can be achieved so that the thighs do not rub as much as they do at present, but that area of the body has its limitations on how well the skin can shrink. For that reason, although there will be an improvement, there might not be as much of a change as you are visualizing in your mind.
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Achieving the inner thigh gap after liposuction
The beautiful gap between the leg in the upper thigh is influenced by the amount of fat, though also by anatomy. Some individuals will have a wider pelvis and hip and more tapered thigh, and suctioning the inner thigh can be a sure thing for the look you are after. Your shape is fuller in the upper thigh and pubis, and though suctioning can be a great help, the gap is a little less certain.
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Liposuction for Inner Thighs
Thank you for adding the photo. It helps. Yes, it is possible to achieve a "Gap" between the inner thighs with liposuction. However, it is not always attainable - and depends on the amount of fatty tissue, and the bone structure of the individual patient. The inner thigh is an area where the skin can be "crepey" after liposuction - so overdoing the area isn't a good idea. Your first step is to make a liposuction consultation with a well experienced physician. The speciality of the physician (be it a plastic surgeon, or a dermatologic surgeon) is actually not as important as understanding their level of expertise, their facility, and the whether you have a good repore with their office and the doctor. Good luck.
Medial Thigh Liposuction Candidate?
Thank you for the question and picture.
You may be an excellent candidate for liposuction of the medial thigh area. This determination will be made after careful physical examination. Physical examination will be necessary to evaluate the amount of adipose tissue present and the quality of the overlying skin. In this area, skin tends to be quite thin and often demonstrates less elasticity than other areas (for example lateral thighs). For this reason, the majority of patients I see in my practice who are interested in this procedure will be advised not to have it done. It is better not to have the procedure performed then to end up with significant skin contour irregularity and/or loose skin.
I would also suggest that you achieve your long-term stable weight ( if you are not already there) prior to proceeding with any type of liposuction.
Do your due diligence carefully when selecting your plastic surgeon.
I hope this helps.
A gap is possible
Thanks for your question. I think it is a reasonable goal to expect a gap after liposuction of your inner thighs. Make sure you see a board certified plastic surgeon.
Inter-Thigh Space and Liposuction
Ideally, there should be a narrow space between the thighs when the feet are in a relaxed stance. Depending on the amount of fat and the quality of skin along the inner thigh liposuction can be a great procedure. However, in some removing great amounts of fat can result in hanging skin or worse, in a a " Shark Bite" deformity. See a good Plastc surgeon to properly advise you.
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