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Arm lift surgery, medically known as brachioplasty, is a cosmetic procedure designed to reshape and tighten the upper arms by removing excess skin and fat. This surgery is often sought by individuals who have experienced significant weight loss or by those who are genetically predisposed to excess skin in the upper arm area.

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Here’s an overview of the arm lift procedure:

  1. Consultation: The process typically begins with a consultation with a plastic surgeon. During this consultation, the surgeon will assess the patient’s arms, discuss their goals and expectations, and evaluate their overall health to determine if they are a suitable candidate for the procedure.
  2. Anesthesia: Arm lift surgery is usually performed under general anesthesia, although in some cases, local anesthesia with sedation may be used.
  3. Incision: The surgeon will make incisions on the inner or back portion of the upper arms. The length and pattern of the incisions may vary depending on the amount of excess skin to be removed and the desired outcome. Common incision patterns include a straight line from the armpit to the elbow or a more extensive incision that extends into the armpit region.
  4. Tissue removal: Once the incisions are made, the surgeon will remove excess skin and fat tissue from the upper arms. In cases where excess fat is a concern, liposuction may be performed simultaneously to achieve smoother contours.
  5. Muscle tightening: In some cases, the underlying supportive tissues of the arms may be tightened to enhance the overall contour and appearance of the arms.
  6. Closure: After the desired modifications have been made, the surgeon will carefully close the incisions with sutures. Depending on the surgeon’s preference and the patient’s needs, dissolvable sutures or traditional sutures that require removal may be used.
  7. Recovery: Following arm lift surgery, patients will typically experience some swelling, bruising, and discomfort in the treated area. It’s essential to follow post-operative instructions provided by the surgeon, which may include wearing compression garments, avoiding strenuous activities, and attending follow-up appointments. Most patients can resume light activities within a few days to a week, but full recovery may take several weeks.

Arm lift surgery can significantly improve the appearance of the upper arms, providing a more toned and contoured look. However, like any surgical procedure, it carries risks and potential complications, such as infection, scarring, and changes in sensation. It’s crucial for individuals considering arm lift surgery to thoroughly discuss the procedure, risks, and expected outcomes with a qualified plastic surgeon before making a decision.

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