Arm Lift Philadelphia

Arm Lift Philadelphia

Published on May 10, 2018 

Arm Lift, also known as Brachioplasty, is a cosmetic surgery procedure performed to improve the appearance of the upper arms. The arm lift is performed by removing the excess skin and fat of the upper arm to create a smoother, more youthful, more improved contour. Many of us struggle with an area of the body that is resistant to our diet and exercise efforts–and when it comes to excess, sagging skin it can be doubly frustrating because no amount of diet and exercise removes excess skin. The arm lift procedure is performed through an incision that runs across the inside of the upper arm or it may be completely concealed within the armpit depending on the amount of rejuvenation required.

In some cases liposuction alone may be performed to achieve the desired results or it may be performed in combination with the arm lift. To learn more about the arm lift procedure and recovery process, and to find out if it may be right for you, contact our office to schedule your consultation today.

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