Brachioplasty surgery, also known as arm lift surgery, is a cosmetic procedure usually performed to provide the upper arms area with a more aesthetically pleasing contour. The term brachioplasty can also refer to any type of surgical arm contouring. The arm lift is preferred widely for treating sagging underarms by reducing extra skin, tightening the tissue, and removing extra fat in the area. This procedure can make the upper arms look more toned and gain the patients a fitter and younger look.
Some patients may have excess droopy skin, and others may be dissatisfied with the contour and proportions of their upper arms. After the age of 30, body fats have a tendency to increase, and lean muscles tend to decrease. These typical changes can be related to hormonal changes that occur with age, but also due to being less active.
Although this procedure is usually chosen by patients after losing a lot of weight, it can also be applied to people with fixed weight - some patients may also experience problems with weight loss in a particular area, in this case, the arms. In some cases, dietary changes and exercise programs simply don’t work – this is a scenario where an arm lift surgery becomes necessary.
Brachioplasty surgery or arm lift surgery – What can it achieve?
Brachioplasty surgery, also known as arm lift surgery, is recommended for any patient dissatisfied with the look or shape of their upper arms, especially for those with significant upper arm skin laxity.
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