Body Lift in Bangkok, Thailand


What is Body Lift?

Body lift in Thailand is one of the most common procedures used to improve your body’s appearance after weight loss surgery. This procedure also improves your shape and tone of the underlying tissue that supports fat and skin. Excess sagging fat and skin are removed and the procedure(s) can improve a dimpled, irregular skin surface, which is commonly known as cellulite. It’s also long-lasting, if you keep your weight stable.

How is the Body Lift procedure performed?

Body lift in Thailand involves making an incision at the waist or slightly below it and removing excess skin and closing the skin under some tension. The incision length and pattern depends on the amount and location of excess skin to be removed. Most commonly, a body lift treats both the abdomen and the back area and is therefore circumferential. The amount of time it takes to complete the surgery varies widely depending on your individual needs. Body lift procedures are performed under general anesthesia and requires 2 night stay in hospital.

Your surgeon may recommend a combination of liposuction and body lift procedures to achieve an improved overall contour. Support sutures deep within the skin help form your newly shaped contours. Overall skin reduction may be done in stages, over a period of years, as often only one or two areas of the body are addressed at one time.


What result can I expect?

You will notice an improvement in your abdominal contour immediately. However, your shape will continue to improve in the following weeks as the mild swelling subsides. You should be up and walking the day following surgery, although your abdomen will be sore for several days. You should able to resume your normal daily activities within one to two weeks following surgery, and you should be able to resume all of your physical activities within three to four weeks of surgery.

How is Body Lift recovery?

Body lift in Thailand is a major surgical procedure and requires significant recovery time. Pain and discomfort are first managed with intravenous or intramuscular medications, and later with oral pain medication.

A specific diet may be encouraged and your plastic surgeon will guide you on how to reduce the risk of complications.

Your plastic surgeon may also provide you with a medical compression garment to wear at all times except while bathing. Surgical dressings are generally removed two days after surgery with showering allowed at that time.

What do I need to do to prepare for Body Lift surgery?

• Stop smoking for at least six weeks before undergoing surgery to promote better healing.
• Avoid taking aspirin, certain anti-inflammatory medications, and some herbal medications that can cause increased bleeding.
• Regardless of the type of surgery to be performed, hydration is very important before and after surgery for safe recovery and good outcomes.

How is aftercare for Body Lift surgery?

You are wearing a compression garment, which controls swelling, supports the suspended tissues and smoothens and flattens the skin. This garment may be placed at the time of surgery or later.

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What are the risks involved with a Body Lift?

Complications can mean a longer recuperation period for your body lift surgery. The two most common risks of this kind of surgery are small skin separations and the development of seromas, which is when fluid begins to build up under the surface of the skin. Small skin separations are referred to as “dehiscence” and they are a result of the areas of the skin where it is necessary to pull the skin tight to close it properly. Sometimes small skin separations involve the need to re-suture the spot of skin that has been operated on. Other complications of body lift surgery that happen less often includes bleeding, blood clots and the development of infections.