Established in 2019, ASET Hospital brings together some of the leading surgeons in the North West to create a centre of excellence in the field of Cosmetic Surgery and Non-Surgical Cosmetic solutions. With a friendly approach, we believe in providing clear advice to allow you to make an informed decision about your lipoplasty surgery.
All of our Surgeons are on the GMC specialist Register and are members of British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) and/or British Association of Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS). All of your consultations are held directly with the surgeon.
After a successful weight loss people often find they are left with excess folds of skin that will not conform to their new body shape. Not only is loose hanging skin unsightly but it can cause functional problems. Large amount of excess skin can cover the pubis and groin. Skin irritation can occur in this area due to sweating. Patients feel that despite losing weight they cannot fully benefit from it as this excess skin restricts them and is also a cause of social embarrassment. A lower body lift can remove this excess skin, lift the buttocks and may add flattering contours to the patient's body.
The lower body lift consists of an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) that extends to also remove the skin around the hips and back. The procedure lifts up the pubic area, outer thighs and the buttocks, getting rid of excess skin in the abdomen and back. This can leave you with tighter skin and muscle, reducing hygiene issues and resulting in a more toned and healthy appearance.
Regain your natural shape and confidence with a lower body lift at Aset Hospital . With decades of experienceof body lift procedures our highly skilled surgeons are on hand to work with you to achieve a naturally sculpted and toned lower body to create definition in areas that once held excess fat
The ideal candidate for a lower body lift is someone with excess loose skin following successful weight loss or bariatric surgery. The patient must be healthy and free from any chronic health problems.
Patients are assesed on an individual basis in order to create a tailored care package personalised to the individual, this involves checking your medical and psychological health. Our dedicated team will ensure that prior to your decision, you meet with a Consultant Plastic Surgeon to talk through your specific needs, questions and queries.
The lower body lift procedure begins with the surgeon making an incision around the belt-line of the waist, across the lower abdomen, and across the top of buttocks. Excess fat and skin are then removed before the incisions are closed and covered with bandages and a compression garment for six weeks to reduce swelling and aid in the natural tightening of the skin. Liposuction is a very useful tool which may be used to remove excess fat and shape the body in these patient
Due to incisions being all the way around the body, a body lift procedure carries a higher risk of complications than most surgeries. After the surgery, it is normal to expect some bruising but other risks can include infection, bleeding, haematoma, pain, wound breakdown, asymmetry, wrinkles and folds of skin, skin loss, unevenness and wide, lumpy, red or visible scars.
*Individual Results May Vary.
Following a lower body lift you are advised to ensure you have a member of family or a close friend available to help you while you recover from surgery, you may need to go home with drains. A compression garment must be worn for six weeks. Your wounds will be checked two weeks after your surgery and the surgeon who performed your surgery will see you after 6 weeks for a follow-up assessment and as often as required until you are fully recovered. It is important that you stay well hydrated and mobile (drink fluids and potter around the house). Take pain relief tablet as prescribed and do not miss or delay doses. It is vital that you attend all necessary post-operative appointments. It is recommended that you take four to six weeks off work, stop driving for two weeks and avoid physical exercise until advised.