Thigh lift or crural meloplasty, is a surgery to enhance the upper part of the legs, removing excess skin and giving them a firmer appearance. There are several types of interventions carried out according to the patients’ needs: lifting the inner thighs, bilateral thigh lift, or lifting in the middle part of the thighs. Inner thigh lift is usually performed when the patient has lost skin elasticity. The specialist makes an incision at the junction of the thigh and pubic area to remove excess skin. The bilateral thigh lift is used to tighten the skin on the front and outer leg area through an incision in the upper leg. And finally, the lifting of the middle thighs reduces excess skin of the upper inner thigh through an incision in the groin area, which extends to the back of the gluteal fold.