Brachioplasty (Arm Lift)
Many women find that they can’t get their arms to have that toned and sculpted look no matter how much exercise they do, and in these types of cases a Brachioplasty, or Arm Lift, may be all that’s needed to reach the goal.
Different things can cause your upper arms to have a sagging appearance. Sometimes, it’s a hereditary condition, or it can also be caused by the normal aging process or losing weight. Unfortunately, it is a condition that exercise won’t correct. This type of procedure may be right for you if the undersides of your upper arms are sagging or appear full due to excess fat and skin.
An arm lift procedure can:
- Reduce sagging skin
- Smooth and tighten the tissue that shapes the upper arm
- Reduce small pockets of fat in the upper arm
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The length of the incision will be determined based on the extent and location of the excess skin that is being removed. Excess pockets of fat can be removed with liposuction. The incision is usually placed either on the inside of the arm or on the backside of the arm where it will be less visible.
If minimal contouring is needed, it’s possible that the incision can be placed in the armpit area. Depending on the extent of your particular condition, it’s not always possible to get optimal results with just one surgical procedure, and a second may be needed. The results of this type of surgery are long-lasting if you maintain a stable weight and overall good general fitness. As you grow older, it is possible to lose some degree of firmness, however overall the results should be permanent.
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Are you a Candidate for Cosmetic Surgery?
Not everyone is a candidate for cosmetic surgery. If you are in the process of losing weight, it is best to wait until you have reached your goal weight before undergoing any kind of cosmetic procedure. Additionally, if you are still planning on having children, it is best to wait until you have had your child and recovered from the pregnancy. The reason for this is because weight fluctuations can affect the long-lasting benefits that are gained from having cosmetic surgery. Additionally, if you are currently a smoker, you will need to stop completely prior to undergoing any type of procedures since smoking can affect both the healing process and the results gained from a procedure. Also, it is important that you have a positive attitude and a realistic outlook about what surgery can do for you. An unhealthy lifestyle and poor overall health and fitness can wreak havoc on your appearance.
Dr. Won is Now Offering “Virtual” Consultations
The safety of our patients is of utmost importance. To limit your exposure and keep you safe, Dr. Won is now offering her Consultation appointment via Telemedicine! In your Consultation, Dr. Won will provide you with all of the information that you need about your options and what procedures would be best for what you want to accomplish. She’ll explain exactly what is involved and give you a price quote.
In accordance with the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, Dr. Won is still available for a no-obligation consultation. You will be able to see her, face to face, through your computer or tablet, and receive her expertise, get your questions answered, and learn more about any procedure that you may be interested in having!
Your appointment will occur real time, as if you were face to face, with no health risk whatsoever to you. We look forward to meeting you!
We also have an insurance coordinator for those wishing to look into insurance coverage for procedures that qualify.