Brachioplasty Houston

Over time, the soft tissue in the upper arm becomes lax and may begin to droop and sag, resulting in arms that appear loose and hanging. This condition is embarrassing for many people, particularly for those with severe cases.

An arm lift, also known as brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure performed to remove excess fat and skin from the upper arms. The result is tighter, better toned arms, and a slimmer appearance. The arm lift procedure is ideal for patients who have a significant amount of excess, hanging skin or fat in the upper arm area, maintain a stable weight and have realistic expectations for surgery. Arm lift patients should be healthy overall, with no major medical conditions that may be affected by surgery.

Live Brachioplasty Videos

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Melinda (5’8” 206 lbs) lost 130 lbs from gastric bypass about 3 years ago and now has generalized skin laxity. Although she has loose skin everywhere, her highest priorities were her arms and torso. She underwent brachioplasty (arm lift) with circumferential lower body lift during a 10-hour operation.

Laura (5’7” 140 lbs) has lost 75 lbs over the past few years and now has significant excess skin of arms and inner thighs and will be undergoing brachioplasty (arm lift) and crescent thigh lift to remove that excess skin.

Sonia (5’3” 142 lbs) had a tummy tuck with lipo and breast lift many years ago and then lost a lot of weight. She came to us address the extra skin of her thighs, her sagging buttocks and breast deflation, so she underwent crescent thigh lift, buttock lift, and breast augmentation.