35-44 year old woman treated with Mommy Makeover

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This 41 year old patient had lost weight after bariatric surgery, and was concerned with her arms, breasts and abdomen. The breasts had a moderate amount of volume with drooping. Her abdomen had a large amount of loose skin. Dr. Janssen performed an abdominoplasty, a breast lift, and a limited incision arm lift, all with liposuction. A bilateral mastopexy (breast lift) was performed using a keyhole type pattern. 56 grams of tissue removed from the right breast and 54 grams from the left breast. A formal extended abdominoplasty was performed to remove an abdominal pannus weighing 1656 grams. A total of 50mL of fat was removed from the arms, which had a D-shaped incision in each underarm. Patient tolerated the procedure well, and only required pain medication for the first 4 days.

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