Upper Arm Lift


Upper Arm LiftAn upper arm lift, or brachioplasty, improves the shape and firmness of the upper arm. The result eliminates the wiggle and sag on the arm that is often referred to as the “bat wing.”

The procedure is generally performed on an outpatient basis. Patients usually return to work within a week or two and to strenuous activity within a month.

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After an upper arm lift, patients may experience temporary bruising, swelling, soreness, numbness, or fluid retention. Potential complications include scarring or irregularities in the contour of the skin. Scars are placed so that they are as inconspicuous as possible. The quality of the scarring depends in large measure upon the healing characteristics of the individual patient.

Before & After
Before & After

* Individual results may vary.

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