If you are lacking in the confidence to wear short sleeved tops and are looking to renew your self-esteem, then Brachioplasty (arm lift) surgery can give you a new lease of life with slimmer, toned arms. The procedure is ideal for those who have excess loose skin on their upper arms, or those who have recently lost weight.
The surgery will not only tighten and smooth out your arms where pockets of fat in the upper arm region use to lay but will also reduce excess sagging of skin.
Why you might need Brachioplasty
If you are carrying excess skin on your upper arms after losing weight and want to get rid of your bingo wings, then you may require an arm lift. This is a common problem for both men and women who have recently lost large amounts of weight. Brachioplasty surgery is most effective when a patient is at their target weight.
What are the benefits of Brachioplasty?
Following weight loss or even pregnancy, achieving your body goals can be a difficult task. Even then, the excess skin that remains despite your hard work and self-discipline can be an issue in itself. Some of the benefits of an arm lift include:
What does Brachioplasty involve?
Brachioplasty involves the removal of excess skin from the inner arm, or where the scar will be less obvious, by making an incision which may extend from the inner elbow to the underarm.
An extension of the scar across the armpit may be required for large excesses of skin, while smaller areas can allow for limitation of the scar to the armpit only, which is known as a mini
Following surgery, you will be required to spend one or two nights at the hospital for observation, and are advised to take a couple of weeks off work post-surgery. It is advised that you avoid any heavy lifting and strenuous activity during this time.
In the weeks following your treatment, you will be given follow-up appointments with your consultant, have any stitches removed and dressings changed, as well as any required medicine prescribed.
If you decide that arm lift surgery is for you, at The McIndoe Centre you can select a preferred consultant at a time suitable for you. Our consultants are able to discuss your options with you in a thorough and expert way.
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The guide price is correct as of 2nd June 2017