Arm Lift Philadelphia

Arm Lift Philadelphia

Published on March 19, 2018 

As we get older many of us struggle with different areas of our body, for some it may be the upper arms. If you find that no matter your diet or exercise regime, the excess, sagging skin and tissue in the upper arms continues to make you feel self-conscious, Arm Lift may be right for you. The Arm Lift, also called Brachioplasty, is a cosmetic surgery procedure that is designed to improve the contour of the upper arms by removing the excess skin to create leaner, smoother, and more youthful looking arms.

The Arm Lift is achieve through an incision that runs not he inside of your upper arm between the elbow and the armpit–it is important to understand that this incisions ill leave a permanent scar behind, though the trade-off worth it for many people. If you are interested in learning more about the Arm Lift procedure and to find out if it may be right for you, contact our office to schedule your confidential consultation with Dr. Scott Brenman today.

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