Body

Arm Lift

Brachioplasty involves the removal of hanging, wing-like skin excess from the arms. It is most commonly done for patients who have had significant weight loss. This low-risk procedure restores a more normal arm contour utilizing an incision that extends from the apex of the axilla to the inner elbow area. In addition to the skin removal, liposuction of the arms can be done simultaneously to further reduce the arm circumference in patients who have residual subcutaneous fat there. The results can be dramatic and almost immediate. The recovery is typically easy and relatively painless.

Brachioplasty involves the removal of hanging, wing-like skin excess from the arms. It is most commonly done for patients who have had significant weight loss. This low-risk procedure restores a more normal arm contour utilizing an incision that extends from the apex of the axilla to the inner elbow area. In addition to the skin removal, liposuction of the arms can be done simultaneously to further reduce the arm circumference in patients who have residual subcutaneous fat there. The results can be dramatic and almost immediate. The recovery is typically easy and relatively painless.