What's the best treatment for getting rid of flabby arms and thighs? (photos)
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Arm lift for flabby arms and thighs
- Your photos suggest that a combined liposuction and arm lift is what you need there.
- Without a thigh photo, one can only guess but it sounds as though liposuction might be the answer.
- So find a good plastic surgeon whom you feel you can trust -
- Then if you feel surgery is right for you, enjoy the results on the Gold Coast beaches!
- Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
Brachioplasty probably a better choice than liposuction alone in this particular case.
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Arm Lift / Arm Liposuction
Arm lift vs liposuction
Regular liposuction will make worse the flabby condition of your arms. Based on your photos, Laser lipo could be a good procedure to significantly improve the fat volume and skin tone, with lesser time down and no scars.
Arm lift will give you the best result, however the time down in increased.
Finally, make sure that you have a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon.
Wishing you the best in your journey
Arms brachioplasty not liposuction
I can not comment on your thighs with photographs.
There is no substitute for a consultation with a suitably qualified and experienced plastic surgeon.
Good luck with your investigations about surgery.
All the best,
What's the best treatment for getting rid of flabby arms and thighs?
Based on the photos of your arms, it seems like an arm lift (brachioplasty) with liposuction might be a good option. This is because you have loose, hanging skin which can only be eliminated if cut out. Sucking fat out will only make it more loose and hanging. As far as the thighs go, I can't tell without a photo. If you have loose hanging skin along your inner thigh, you may be a candidate for a thigh lift, provided your weight is stable and you're not a smoker. Be sure to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon to help guide you further. Good luck!
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