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Brachioplasty in Wellington & West Palm Beach, FL

Brachioplasty | Arm Lift Palm Beach Gardens, FL

We Make Your Arms Look Great

Sagging arm skin may be caused by aging, genetics, and severe weight changes (especially after weight reduction surgery), and it cannot be tightened only by exercise and nutrition. ​​An upper arm lift, also known as a brachioplasty, is a cosmetic procedure that removes extra fat and loose skin from the underarms. The treatment is the most successful approach to removing excess skin hanging from your arms, known as bat wings. You can flaunt your arms once again with an arm lift at one of Wellington and Palm Beach Garden's top surgery groups, Hass Plastic Surgery. Your arms are one of your most prominent characteristics, often captured in photographs. Unfortunately, they're also prone to flabby skin and fat, making them one of the most challenging regions to tone. It's time to stop being embarrassed by your arms. Discover if an arm lift is a suitable solution for you by scheduling a consultation today

What is Brachioplasty?

Get Back Those Youthful Arms Today

Arm lift surgery is done as an outpatient procedure and is the most efficient and long-lasting approach to removing excess skin and recontouring the arms. It may be used in conjunction with other body contouring operations such as liposuction to remove extra fat and give arms and other regions a more toned, sculpted appearance. It may also be done as part of a more comprehensive body lift operation (alongside additional treatments like a tummy tuck, thigh lift, or breast lift) or as part of a mommy makeover for individuals who have lost a significant amount of weight.

What are the benefits of Brachioplasty?

Be Proud Of Your Arms

Your brachioplasy may be used in conjunction with other body contouring operations such as liposuction to remove extra fat and give arms and other regions a more toned, sculpted appearance. Your surgeon will determine the best procedures to meet your aesthetic objectives during your consultation. A Brachioplasty may also be done as part of a more comprehensive body lift operation (alongside additional treatments like a stomach tuck, thigh lift, or breast lift) or as part of a mommy makeover for individuals who have lost a large amount of weight. Nonsmokers with no significant medical concerns who are at a steady weight are also good candidates for an upper arm lift.

Your Brachioplasty Procedure

Sagging arm skin? Consider an arm lift.

Arm lift surgery is conducted under anesthesia for your safety and comfort. The time it takes to perform your procedure is usually between one and two hours. Arm lift surgery may utilize a variety of methods. Depending on the degree of correction required, your surgeon may employ more or less invasive techniques and incisions.

Brachioplasty Recovery

Flaunt Your Arms Again

Depending on your approach, your recovery may range from a few days to a week or more. After surgery, you can expect bruising, swelling, and discomfort, which can last for two to four weeks as the healing process proceeds. Compression garments or dressings may be put around the arms to minimize edema, enhance circulation, and accelerate healing.

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You should keep your bandages on for up to four weeks. You may return to work in two to four weeks, but you should rest for at least four to six weeks and avoid intense activities or working out. Gravity and regular use of your arms may cause swelling in your hands. This is quite normal and should subside on its own. The compression dressings and elevation will assist in keeping the swelling from becoming severe.

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Brachioplasty Results

accentuating your muscle definition

Once your swelling subsides, you'll see smaller arms accentuating your underlying muscular definition. Although your arm lift procedure does not enhance muscle mass, it improves your muscles' visibility. As a result, you'll feel more comfortable wearing the clothes you like and more confident bearing your arms.

Schedule your Palm Beach Gardens Brachioplasty consultation at Hass Plastic Surgery today.

Arm Lift Surgery Done Right - Wellington's Premier Plastic Surgery

For a successful procedure, your consultation is essential. During your confidential one-on-one consultation, you may discuss your cosmetic objectives and expectations with one of our trained plastic surgeons. Your specialist will next analyze your skin and tissue laxity, determine the best technique for you, create your surgical plan, and inform you on how to prepare for your Brachioplasty. West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter, Palm Beach, Wellington, Delray Beach, and the neighboring regions of Florida are served by Hass Plastic Surgery.

Brachioplasty Frequently Asked Questions

You may have some pain and discomfort after your operation and visible swelling and bruising. Within seven to 10 days, these symptoms should go away. If you have chronic discomfort, you may use over-the-counter pain relievers. However, for best recovery, make sure you follow your post-operative recommendations.

Complications include bleeding, infection, persistent swelling, altered feeling, scarring, and asymmetry. By following your surgeon's instructions before and after surgery, you may lower your chances of suffering these issues.

Brachioplasty is a cosmetic procedure that is usually not covered by health insurance. For your convenience, Hass Plastic Surgery offers payment and financing alternatives.

We built our practice on providing you with excellent guidance and exceptional results. We want you to get the best procedure for you; that’s why we offer complimentary consultations. Our team wants you to feel confident about your procedure before you undergo plastic surgery.