Thighplasty procedures have a low number of risk factors and the most common major complications include infection and hematoma, according to study results published in Aesthetic Surgery Journal.

The prospective cohort study included results from 1,493 patients who underwent thighplasty procedures between May 2008 and May 2013. Concomitant procedures were performed on 1,088 of those patients, while 405 of the patients underwent thighplasty alone. The most common concomitant procedures were liposuction and abdominoplasty.

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