Same weight after upper body body contouring
The amount of tissue that was removed has some weight, but it is often less impressive than the sheer amount and bulk. Remember too that the implants, especially the more dense silicone-filled implants, actually add weight. I would focus less on the weight on the scale and more on how terrific you look, I'm sure, following your overall weight loss and your procedures! Best wishes!
Massive Weight Loss and Cosmetic Surgery in Melbourne, Florida
Congratulations on your massive weight loss! To answer your question regarding losing more
weight due to the excision of the excess skin, although the skin does have
weight to it, it does not weigh nearly as much as one might think and
therefore, isn’t always as noticeable as far as a difference in pounds on the
scale. The skin removal is for
contouring, not so much for weight loss. I hope this information is helpful to you. Best of luck!