Brachioplasty/Arm lift

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Who is a good candidate for an arm lift?

Good candidates for an arm lift are individuals who have loose or sagging skin on their upper arms, often due to weight loss, aging, or genetics. Candidates should be in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the outcome of the procedure.

Will there be visible scarring after an arm lift?

While incisions are necessary for an arm lift, the scars are generally well-concealed on the inner or backside of the arm. The appearance of scars can vary depending on individual healing and post-operative care, but they often fade over time.

Can exercise and weightlifting replace the need for an arm lift?

While exercise and weightlifting can help improve muscle tone, they cannot remove excess skin or address significant sagging of the upper arms. An arm lift is often the most effective way to achieve the desired results for those with loose skin in the area.

Will I have visible scars when wearing short sleeves after an arm lift?

In the initial stages of healing, scars from an arm lift may be more visible. However, with proper scar care and over time, the scars tend to fade and become less noticeable. Most patients are comfortable wearing short sleeves after they have fully healed.