Philadelphia Brachioplasty

Philadelphia Brachioplasty

Published on July 22, 2013 

Sagging skin on the upper arm is often prevalent after weight loss and unfortunately, no amount of diet or exercise alone is able to remove excess skin. Excess skin is caused when the skin has lost some of it’s elasticity, or ability to adjust to changes in the body. For patients dissatisfied with the appearance of their arms, a Philadelphia Brachioplasty may be the right solution.

Brachioplasty, also called an Arm Lift, is a procedure which removes excess skin from under the arms. Often other body contouring procedures such as Liposuction, Breast Lift, Abdominoplasty or Face and Neck Lift may be performed as well to achieve a more youthful, contoured appearance overall. Talking to your Plastic Surgeon is the first step in determining if you are a good candidate for Brachioplasty.

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