Surgical Cases Related to Lower Body Liposuction

Lower Body Liposculpture can provide more shapely legs

The upper, outer thighs are often the site of pads of excess fat in the subcutaneous tissue, known colloquially as “saddlebags.” They don’t disappear with either diet or exercise. The inner thighs also acquire bulky fat deposits, the thighs rub together and the skin may be chafed, quite apart from concern about the unsightly appearance. When fat needs to be removed from both medial and lateral aspects of thighs, it is inevitable that a degree of reshaping of the anterior aspect will also be required.

The region of the inner knee in some women is like the upper outer thigh, deposits of fat resist dieting and can be removed by liposuction.