Arm lift surgery or Brachioplasty is a procedure whereby excess skin and fat present in the upper arm is reduced by removing the fat tissues present inside. Generally, an arm lift surgery is performed when a person loses a large amount of weight causing their upper arm skin to sag. In such a situation, there is only one solution, and that is an arm lift surgery.
This procedure is an outpatient one mostly taking place in a hospital or a cosmetic surgeon’s suite. It is done under the effect of either general anesthesia or intravenous sedation. In performing the upper Arm lift surgery the surgeon will begin by putting incisions on the back and inner side of the arm. The length of the incisions would depend upon the amount of work that needs to be done. The incisions could be long, ranging from the armpit to the elbow or small, from the armpit to the upper arm. The whole procedure could take from one to three hours. After the incisions are employed, excess fat tissues would be removed from the arm via liposuction, and the extra skin would be trimmed and stitched together with sutures. The sutures may need to be removed if they are not absorbed.
The entire process is a quick and easy one that results in well-toned arms with smooth and proportionate contours. People who have undergone arm lift surgery feel relieved and confident with the results they experience. Having overly, saggy arms can be a distressing situation causing you to refrain from wearing sleeveless, going swimming with friends and causing hurdles with intimacy.
Brachioplasty is a sure short way of getting rid of “Bat Wings” that appear under the arms making you feel self-conscious and unhappy. Your arms feel lighter after arm lift surgery, as a heavy burden has been removed. Having your newer well-toned arms makes you feel younger, athletic and more attractive wherever you go. People also report that their newer arms ease their social lives enabling them to try things out that they could never even imagine previously.