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Archive for the ‘Brachioplasty’ Category

October 22, 2013

Better Arms Through Brachioplasty

Do you feel like you’ve grown wings, but cannot fly? Many men and women suffer from sagging underarm fat and skin. This can be due both in part to being genetically predisposed to gather and store excess weight there and also a consequence or losing weight quickly leaving your skin unable to adjust to the weight loss. As we get older our skin loses its elasticity as well, causing our skin to sag and hang. If you are frustrated with underarms that keep waving long after you’ve stopped, you may be considering Brachioplasty.

Brachioplasty, also called Arm Lift, is a procedure that tightens the excess skin under the arm and also can involve liposuction to remove unwanted fat cells that have been resistant to diet and exercise. Brachioplasty, when done after weight loss to cure hanging skin, is often done in addition to several other lifting procedures as a part of a total Body Lift which generally includes all or some variation of the following: Tummy Tuck, Thigh Lift, Breast Lift, Face and Neck Lift. You will likely be considered a good candidate for Brachioplasty if you are in good health, at a stable, healthy weight and have been for several months, do not smoke and have realistic expectations for your procedure. Don’t expect to wake up with the arms of Madonna, but do expect an improved, tighter, smoother, younger looking version of your own.

Click here to see some Before and After results. If you like the results you see, follow the link by the picture to the corresponding Plastic Surgeon, or click here to search for one in your area.

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October 10, 2013

Brachioplasty – Arm Improvement

There are a couple of factors which may lead to a person seeking out surgical treatment to improve the contour of their arms. Most common factors include individuals who have gone through a dramatic weight loss and are now left with excess sagging skin under their arms, and very often all over their bodies. Another common factor is people who have difficulty toning their arms due to pre-determined, genetics which can cause pockets of fatty cells in the arm area which are resistant to diet and exercise. Both of these groups of people can be helped through Brachioplasty.

Brachioplasty, or Arm Lift Surgery, is a procedure in which excess skin is removed. In cases where stubborn pockets of fat are also an issue, Liposuction is often used in conjunction with Arm Lift Surgery to provide the best results. For those with sagging, excess skin on other parts of the body, as well as under the arms, an Arm Lift Surgery may be done as a part of a whole Body Lift procedure to improve the contour of the body as a whole by removing excess skin.

Locate a doctor in your area today to find out if Arm Lift surgery could be for you.

5:31 AM

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September 24, 2013

Plastic Surgery: Arm Lift

Men and women, though it’s mostly more women than men, suffer from excess, sagging underarm fat and skin. This can be due both in part to being genetically predisposed to gather and store excess weight there and also a consequence or losing weight quickly leaving your skin unable to adjust to the weight loss. As we get older our skin loses its elasticity as well, causing our skin to sag and hang. If you are frustrated with underarms that keep waving long after you’ve stopped, you may be considering Brachioplasty, or Arm Lift surgery.

Arm Lift, is a procedure that tightens the excess skin under the arm and also can involve liposuction to remove unwanted fat cells that have been resistant to diet and exercise. Brachioplasty, when done after weight loss to cure hanging skin, is often done in addition to several other lifting procedures as a part of a total Body Lift. You will likely be considered a good candidate for Brachioplasty if you are in good health, at a stable, healthy weight and have been for several months, do not smoke and have realistic expectations for your procedure.

View our Before and After Brachioplasty results. If you like the results you see, find a surgeon near you to schedule a consultation.

2:10 AM

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September 12, 2013

Brachioplasty – Arm Lift

There are a couple of factors which may lead to a person seeking out surgical treatment to improve the contour of their arms. Most common factors include individuals who have gone through a dramatic weight loss and are now left with excess sagging skin under their arms, and very often all over their bodies. Another common factor is people who have difficulty toning their arms due to pre-determined, genetics which can cause pockets of fatty cells in the arm area which are resistant to diet and exercise. Both of these groups of people can be helped through Brachioplasty.

Brachioplasty, or Arm Lift Surgery, is a procedure in which excess skin is removed. In cases where stubborn pockets of fat are also an issue, Liposuction is often used in conjunction with Arm Lift Surgery to provide the best results. For those with sagging, excess skin on other parts of the body, as well as under the arms, an Arm Lift Surgery may be done as a part of a whole Body Lift procedure to improve the contour of the body as a whole by removing excess skin.

Locate a doctor in your area today to find out if Arm Lift surgery could be for you.

4:16 AM

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September 2, 2013

Improve Your Arms with Brachioplasty

Sagging underarm fat and skin is a common problem, particularly among women. For some, they have been predisposed to gain and hold on to weight there due to genetics, for others who have undergone significant weight loss, they may be left with excess, hanging skin that could not adjust to the weight loss. In age, too, our skin loses it’s elasticity, or what keeps it tight and adjustable which also can cause it to sag downwards. If you are frustrated with your underarms, you may be a good candidate for Brahioplasty, also known as an Arm lift.

An Arm Lift procedure is exactly as it sounds. This procedure removes the excess skin from under the arm. In some cases Liposuction may also be employed to removed fat from the underarm area that may be more resistant to diet and exercise. Brachioplasty, as done for someone who has lost significant weight, may be done as part of a total Body Lift procedure which may also involve some combination of Abdominoplasty, Thighplasty, Breast Lift, or Neck and Face Lift. Ideal candidates for Brachioplasty are in good health, in a normal, healthy weight-range and have realistic expectations for the outcome of the procedure. Brachioplasty cannot give you the results of the arms of someone else, but it can give you a tighter, more contoured version of your own arms.

Take a look at some Brachioplasty Before and After results. If you like the results you see, follow the link to the corresponding doctor or click here to find one in your area.

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August 22, 2013

Arm Lift Surgery

There are a couple of factors which may lead to a person seeking out surgical treatment to improve the contour of their arms. Most common factors include individuals who have gone through a dramatic weight loss and are now left with excess sagging skin under their arms, and very often all over their bodies. Another common factor is people who have difficulty toning their arms due to pre-determined, genetics which can cause pockets of fatty cells in the arm area which are resistant to diet and exercise. Both of these groups of people can be helped through Brachioplasty.

Brachioplasty, or Arm Lift Surgery, is a procedure in which excess skin is removed. In cases where stubborn pockets of fat are also an issue, Liposuction is often used in conjunction with Arm Lift Surgery to provide the best results. For those with sagging, excess skin on other parts of the body, as well as under the arms, an Arm Lift Surgery may be done as a part of a whole Body Lift procedure to improve the contour of the body as a whole by removing excess skin.

Locate a doctor in your area today to find out if Arm Lift surgery could be for you.

7:43 AM

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