Brachioplasty (Arm Lift) Surgery
Arm lift procedure can offer several benefits in terms of your self-confidence and appearance. Hence, it is important that you choose a capable, experienced, and qualified surgeon. There are several factors to consider while choosing a surgeon. You should not hesitate in asking questions about the surgeon’s qualifications, skills, certifications, and experience.
It is vital that you check whether the surgeon is ABPS board certified in plastic surgery. You should also ask for before and after images, cost of the procedure, and patient testimonials. Remember that the skill and experience of your arm lift surgeon is the single most important factor that will influence your final outcome.
Vinings Surgery Center, led by board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Robert Colgrove, provides brachioplasty (arm lift) surgery to patients in Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia, and surrounding locations.
Questions Related to Arm Lift Procedure
How do I minimize scarring in the arms after the procedure?
Your surgeon will carefully create incisions to conceal maximum scarring. However, there are a few things you can do for reducing the appearance of scars. Scars can be minimized with laser therapy once fully healed.
I plan on losing weight, can I get an arm lift surgery?
Brachioplasty should be postponed until you are of a stable weight. Further weight loss can leave you with damaged or stretched skin. You would require a revision surgery in this case.
How long do results last?
Results of arm lift can extend for decades of you exercise regularly and maintain a stable weight. Plastic surgery process cannot stop aging or prevent the loss of skin elasticity. In most cases, patients don’t experience severely drooping skin as before brachioplasty.
Can I remove excess skin from the forearm with an arm lift procedure?
It is rare for an arm lift to be performed on the forearms. However, doctors may perform the procedure along with an upper arm lift or as a standalone procedure.
How can I eliminate stretch marks following an arm lift procedure?
Your doctor may remove the marks while removing excess tissue. Brachioplasty is not an ideal cosmetic surgery solution for removing stretch marks.
Can this procedure treat wrinkled elbows?
Excess of wrinkles skin on the elbows is the first sign of aging. Arm lift procedure can easily eliminate the skin and provide you with a more youthful appearance. The surgeon may need to create a longer incision that runs from the arm pit to the elbow. In certain cases, the incision may extend beyond the point as well.
What does a bilateral brachioplasty mean?
When a brachioplasty or arm lift cosmetic surgery is performed on both arms at the same time, it’s known as bilateral brachioplasty.
Should I choose an arm liposuction or lift?
You are likely a solid candidate for liposuction if you have decent skin quality. The procedure will remove excess fat. Healthy skin will take the shape of your arm. Arm lift procedure is designed to address loose and damaged skin.
You are a decent candidate for an arm lift even if you don’t carry any excess fat in the arms. Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Robert Colgrove receives patients from Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia, and nearby areas for brachioplasty (arm lift) surgery.
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For more information about treatments and procedures by Board Certified Atlanta Plastic Surgeon, Robert A. Colgrove, Jr., M.D.
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Vinings Surgery Center
is taking patients from Greater Atlanta Georgia, Buckhead, Marietta, Roswell, Dunwoody and surrounding areas.
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