Can I Reduce Sagging Skin on My Arms?Do you have sagging skin on your arms? Does your arm skin make you feel self-conscious about showing yourself off in tank tops and dresses? If so, it’s time to discover how to reduce sagging skin on your arms with an arm lift.
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Reduce Sagging Skin with an Arm LiftThe arm lift – also known as a brachioplasty – is a surgical procedure designed to remove sagging skin on the arms that may have formed as a result of aging or weight loss. The goal of the arm lift is to ensure the skin matches the natural contours of your arm, thus helping you show off your arms in all their glory. The arm lift is a great choice for candidates who have recently lost a significant amount of weight but may feel self-conscious about the resulting sagging skin. It can also be tailored for patients who are noticing more sagging skin due to getting older. If your sagging arm skin is leading to a number of infections, your health insurance policy may cover the cost of some or all of your arm lift.
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What to Expect from Your Arm Lift ProcedureOnce you’ve decided to undergo the arm lift procedure, you’ll be surprised at how straightforward the surgery can be! The treatment takes about an hour to perform; during that time, you’ll be placed under general anesthesia to ensure you’re comfortable. Your surgeon will make incisions above the elbow and along the underside of the arm. From there, your arm muscles will be repositioned and excess skin removed. The incisions will be closed and you’ll spend a couple more hours in outpatient before heading home.
Take the Next StepTo learn more about how you can reduce sagging skin on your arms with an arm lift, schedule a consultation with Dr. Scott A. Brenman, M.D. at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery in Plymouth Meeting, PA. (267) 687-2180
Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about IPL (Intense Pulsed Light)? You can schedule a consultation at The Pennsylvania Centre for Plastic Surgery with Dr. Scott Brenman in Philadelphia and Plymouth Meeting, PA. Please call (267) 687-2180 to schedule a convenient appointment with us in the near future.