Arm lipo or lift? (photo)
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Arm lipo or lift?
An exam would be necessary to make this determination.
Find a plastic surgeon who performs hundreds of body contouring procedures each year. Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Arm lipo or Arm lift
Hello and thank you for your question.
Without examining you there is no way to know if liposuction would suffice or if you would need an arm lift. in the picture attached I don't see a picture of your arms. I recommend that you see a board certified plastic surgeon in consultation to get more specific answers to your questions which can best be addressed after a thorough history and examination is performed.
Best of luck to you
No photo but here are some arm liposuction ideas
Arm liposuction is wonderful and works for many people. Skin contracts well. The ony people who should NOT have arm lipo are those with massive weight loss and skin laxity, those with a lot of loose wrinkled arm skin, the older folks with lots of skin and little fat, and those with really bad skin tone and little fat. That leaves about 80 % of people I see being perfectly great arm lipo candidates. Vaser arm lipo is a real asset in such patients. So avoid the long scar arm lift if you can. The long scar must be justified by a really great result to justify and certify the risk reward proper ratio. My Best, Dr C
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Arm lift or liposuction
Good questions but the photo isn't enough to say if an arm lift or arm liposuction is best.
- The arm lift removes loose skin. It leaves a long scar. It will distort the pattern of your complex tattoo.
- Arm liposuction removes fat. Skin will usually shrink down.
- See a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to discuss both options. Best wishes.
Arm Lift or Liposuction for hanging upper arm skin
Liposuction is a much less involved procedure compared to the Arm Lift, and Liposuction recovery is very quick. However, if the surgeon recommends an Arm Lift, you should do that, or nothing at all.
Keep in mind that there are several versions of the Arm Lift, and each version results in a different type and length of scar. When you have your consultation be sure to ask your Plastic Surgeon exactly how long and where the incision will be located, if he does recommend an Arm Lift. Good luck!
Ricardo L Rodriguez MD
Arm Lift versus Lipo