Coolsculpting or Brachio plasty? Maybe lipo? (Photos)
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Options for your arms
Coolsculpting and liposuction are great options to reduce stubborn bulges of fat, but will not be as effective targeting loose skin.
Based on your photos that you submitted you would benefit more from a brachioplasty, which is a technique to remove loose sagging skin.
Ultimately the procedure that you decide to proceed with is up to you depending on what your greatest concern is.
Considering Brachioplasty in Melbourne, Florida
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Options for Arms
Coolsculpting or Brachio plasty? Maybe lipo?
Cool sculpting or brachioplasty?
- Your photo suggests that the problem is loose skin as well as excess fat.
- Cool sculpting cannot correct this - I believe you are wasting your money if you have more.
- Brachioplasty is expensive - but it is the better option.
- I suggest you have a consultation with a plastic surgeon, save the money and discuss the kind of work you do and how much time you need to take off to heal.
- Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
You should visit a few ABPS certified/ASAPS member surgeons expert in body contouring procedures like brachioplasty. Based on your photos, liposuction and an arm lift will give you the best result. Assuming you don't have a strenuous or physical job, you'd be back to work in a week.
Best of luck!
Brachioplasty vs Liposuction
Liposuction would remove the fat but will leave you with more loose skin. The skin tone in that area is never that good and you would not be happy with the results.
Brachioplasty is your best option, and will give the best results. I would suggest not wasting your money on coolsculpting or liposuction because they will not provide the results that you would be happy with. Save up and have the correct procedure performed and have it done at a time where you can take 1-2 weeks off of work.
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