Excess skin on your arms can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance. An upper arm lift can reduce excess skin and restore your confidence. It’s a cosmetic procedure and can be beneficial for men and women.
The issue of sagging skin on the arms is commonly caused by significant weight loss because stretched skin doesn’t retract very well after you’ve lost weight. However, sagging skin can also be caused by genetics and aging.
What is an Upper Arm Lift?
The procedure is performed while you’re under general anesthesia, and procedure time can vary. If saggy skin on your upper arms has made you self-conscious about your appearance, then you can benefit from this procedure.
During the procedure, excess skin is trimmed away from your arms, and deposits of stubborn fat are removed. Once excess skin has been removed, the remaining skin will be tightened and connected.
When the procedure is finished, your arms will look great with the rest of your body, and you may benefit from increased confidence.
The main purpose of this procedure is to reshape your upper arm, and it’s effective for removing fat and tightening loose skin. To achieve optimal results, there is a good chance that liposuction will be used during the procedure.
Should You Consider an Upper Arm Lift?
If you’re at a healthy weight but have excessive underarm laxity, then you can benefit from an upper arm lift. You might also be a great candidate if you’ve lost a lot of weight and need a way to eliminate excess skin on your upper arms.
What Are the Benefits of This Procedure?
A major benefit of undergoing this procedure is the ability to look better in form-fitting clothes. An upper arm lift can make you feel better about your appearance, which could significantly boost your confidence.
If you have excess arm skin, then you might currently be avoiding wearing sleeveless clothing. Since this procedure eliminates excess skin on the upper arms, it can give you the confidence to start wearing sleeveless clothing.
How Is an Upper Arm Lift Performed?
Before the arm lift commences, you’ll be given general anesthesia or IV sedation. The details of the procedure may vary. We would be happy to speak with you regarding how we will tailor your procedure.
Schedule Your Consultation
If you’re tired of excess arm skin bringing you down, then consider an upper arm lift. At Tarola Plastic Surgery, we’re dedicated to helping patients reach their cosmetic goals. Whether you’re looking for an arm lift or are interested in BOTOX®, we’re here to help. Contact us today at our office in Murfreesboro to schedule your consultation.