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Arm Lift – Brachioplasty

The Plastic Surgery Center offers brachioplasty and other body lift procedures in the Maryland area.

Are you frustrated with underarm fat that never seems to go away, no matter how much you diet and exercise? You’re not alone, and that’s why hundreds of women trust Dr. Rosenberg to trim away the fat each year.

Toned, slim, tank-top ready arms are on almost everyone’s dream body wish list. However, sagging or loose arm skin can occur as you get older, as your weight fluctuates, or simply as a result of your genetics. Often, this is a problem that exercise alone can’t fix. Fortunately, Dr. Rosenberg at The Plastic Surgery Center in Maryland can help.

Brachioplasty, also known as an arm lift, is just one of the body lift procedures that Dr. Rosenberg performs to tighten and smooth any sagging, loose, or drooping upper arm skin. It can be combined with liposuction to remove any unwanted fat in the upper arm area.

Arm lifts are a great solution to anyone who:

  • Has sagging skin leftover from weight loss
  • Has excess fat that isn’t responding to diet and exercise
  • Has sagging underarms due to natural aging
  • Is unhappy with the look and feel of sagging arms

For arms you’re proud to show off, contact us today to schedule your arm lift consultation with Dr. Rosenburg at our office in Baltimore.

The Arm Lift Procedure

During brachioplasty, an incision will be made on the inside of your arm or on the back of your arm. If any excess fat remains, this will removed with liposuction. Your plastic surgeon will then tighten and reshape the tissue beneath the skin before smoothing the remaining skin over your arm’s new, slim contour.

Recovery period is not long at all, and within a few weeks you’ll be showing off your brand new arms. You should avoid any strenuous exercise for 2 – 4 weeks after surgery, or however long Dr. Rosenberg suggests based on your condition. Avoid any heavy lifting for at least 2 – 4 weeks.

Your arm lift results will be visible almost immediately!

Schedule Your Arm Lift Consultation in Maryland

In a poll conducted on behalf of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), 31 percent of women said they would most like to have arms like first lady Michelle Obama. Brachioplasty is indeed becoming more popular than ever, with ASPS reporting a 4,000 percent increase in the number of arm lift procedures performed since 2000.

If you’re looking for a cosmetic surgery solution to achieve first-lady-like arms, then an arm lift may be right for you. We invite you to schedule a consultation with our plastic surgeon, Dr. Rosenberg, in our Baltimore office. He will perform a comprehensive evaluation and discuss your goals for your arm lift. View before and after photos of actual patients and schedule your consultation online today.

 

Armlift Frequently Asked Questions

Can underarm fat be removed?

Yes. Underarm fat can be removed with liposuction or an arm lift procedure.

Do arm lift scars fade?

It may takes some time, but the scar will eventually start to fade.

How do you lose arm fat fast?

The quickest way to lose arm fat is through cosmetic surgery, such as an arm lift or liposuction.

How long after Brachioplasty Can I exercise?

You should avoid strenuous activity and heavy lifting for at least 2 to 4 weeks.

How long does it take to recover from an arm lift?

It should only take about a few weeks to recover from an arm lift procedure.

What is arm lift surgery?

An arm lift, or brachioplasty, is a procedure designed to remove excess underarm skin and fat through a combination of liposuction and skin tightening.

How painful is an arm lift?

The procedure will take place under general anesthesia to avoid pain and discomfort. During recovery, you will experience some soreness and bruising.

How much does a Brachioplasty surgery cost?

On average, a brachioplasty procedure will cost around $4,500.

Does arm lift leave a scar?

Any surgical incision will leave a scar, but it will be placed in the post discrete location and fade dramatically over time.

Does insurance pay for arm lift?

An arm lift is a cosmetic procedure and therefore will most likely not be covered by insurance.

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