Scales to qualify the risk of thrombosis do not include all thrombogenic factors that are generated in esthetic plastic surgery. Methods: We performed a systematic review to assess the risk of thrombosis in plastic surgery. Thrombogenic factors in esthetic surgery were analyzed by a panel of experts. We proposed a scale with 2 versions. In the first version, factors were stratified according to their impact on the possible risk of thrombosis. The second version includes the same factors but in a simplified form. We evaluated the efficacy of the proposed scale by comparing it with the Caprini score; we scored the risk in 124 cases and controls. Results: Using the Caprini score, we found that 81.45% of the patients studied and 62.5% of the cases of thrombosis were observed in the low-risk group. Only 1 case of thrombosis was reported in the high-risk group. Using the stratified version of the scale, we found that the low-risk group comprised 25% of the patients, and there were no cases of thrombosis. The high-risk group included 14.51% of patients; 10 presented thrombosis (62.5%). The proposed scale was very effective in detecting both low-risk and high-risk patients undergoing esthetic surgery procedures.Copyright © 2023 British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.