As aging progresses, skin sags as collagen production slows, leaving your skin less elastic than in younger years. Another cause of sagging, especially under your arms, is excess weight gain or rapid weight loss.
Arm lift — also known as brachioplasty — is surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the under portion of your upper arms.
Arm lift consists in a incisions on the undersides of your arms. The length and pattern of the incisions depends on how much skin will be removed. After making the incisions, the plastic surgeon will tighten your underlying tissues and secure them with stitches. He or she might also use a suction technique to remove fat (liposuction). Your skin will then be draped over the new contours and excess skin will be removed. Stitches or surgical tape will be used to close the incisions.
What kind of anesthesia is required for Arm Lift surgery?
An arm lift can be done in a hospital or an outpatient surgical facility. Sometimes the procedure is done with sedation and local anesthesia, which numbs only part of your body. In other cases, general anesthesia — which renders you unconscious — is recommended.
After an Arm lift, when can I return to my normal life?
Usually it takes 10 days to remove the stitches. You may be able to return to your everyday's life in 7-10 days.
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