Lower Body Lift

Lower Body Lift

Our double board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Dr. Bill Aydin, wants to help you get your body back. At Aydin Plastic Surgery in Paramus, NJ or White Plains, NY we see patients (both men and women) who want to tighten up the skin on their mid-section, which includes the abdomen, lower back, buttocks, hips, and thighs. A lower body lift is a body contouring procedure used to lift and reshape body parts back to a normal, healthy contour.

If you have lost a significant amount of weight or if pregnancy changed the shape of your entire midsection, a lower body lift may be the right choice for you to fix that loose, hanging skin. Reach your aesthetic goals with us, and change your profile with a lower body lift.

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The best way to learn more about lower body lifts is by booking a consultation with Dr. Aydin

Common Questions

Surgical Technique

A lower body lift is sometimes called a belt lipectomy as the incision is made around the belt area surrounding the lower torso. The incision is extended to the buttocks and thighs. Loose, saggy skin will be trimmed away and the remaining skin will be lifted and secured by sutures. Liposuction may be used if there’s excess fat. There are also cases when the fat harvested from liposuction is reinstated into the buttocks for an instant butt lift. These procedures may be combined in one session, or they may be staged depending on the patient’s circumstance.

Bad Scars?

A lower body lift creates great results for patients, leaving the body tighter and smoother. Unfortunately, scarring is unavoidable with this surgery. For most patients, the scar will run around the torso and extend to the hips, buttocks and thighs. A skilled and trained plastic surgeon will make every effort to create clean, thin incision lines. These lines will produce scarring that will be patterned similar to a g-string. Once they heal, they will be concealed by undergarments.

Painful Surgery?

This surgery is performed with general anesthesia. It common during is the post-operation period that the patient will feel pain and discomfort. The healing of wounds is also slow. The patient must limit movement during the first week to avoid the risk of stretching the incision line. This is the most common complication after surgery. Pain medications will be given to help the patient cope. A compression garment is also worn to help the patient in reducing discomfort.


If it is proven that this surgery is medically necessary to attain a better quality of life, some insurance providers may cover a portion of the cost. There is no guarantee that coverage will be applicable. Our billing and insurance coordinators will work with the insurance company to determine coverage benefits.

When to Undergo Surgery?

It is recommended that anyone who is considering a lower body lift should be at or near his or her goal weight. If the loose skin is caused by pregnancy, it is best to postpone this type of surgery until all additional pregnancies have been completed. Any additional episode of significant weight gain may compromise the results of the surgery.

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The first step in achieving your goals is to schedule a time to meet with Dr. Aydin and his team to discuss your options. Book now to secure your spot.