Diplomate, American Board of Plastic Surgery
American Society of Plastic Surgeons
American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
American College of Surgeons
Plastic Surgery Procedures
An upper arm lift, or brachioplasty, reshapes the upper arm to tighten loose skin and remove fat that often creates a “bat wing” appearance under the arm. Removing the excess skin caused by weight loss or natural aging can tighten loose skin that extends from the underarm area to the elbow; liposuction is sometimes used in combination to achieve the best results. Every year, thousands of people undergo successful upper-arm-lift surgery and are pleased with the results.
One or more procedures may be recommended to achieve your goals for a more youthful, contoured body. Body contouring goals may be achieved in one surgical session or may be more safely performed in stages depending on your overall health, the type and extent of procedures being considered along with the outcome from discussions and recommendations by your plastic surgeon during the consultation process.
Are sit-ups not giving you the taut tummy you want? If you've got too much flab or excess skin in your abdomen that doesn't respond to diet or exercise, you may be considering a "tummy tuck," which doctors call "abdominoplasty."
Hands are one of the first places where the telltale signs of aging become apparent. Even if you have taken steps to keep your face and neck looking youthful, sun-damaged, veiny, wrinkled hands can make you look older than you are. There are a number of effective techniques to rejuvenate your hands, improving the quality and texture of your skin, while decreasing the wrinkling and prominent veins.
Smartlipo, the number one requested cosmetic procedure, is the undisputed leader in laser-assisted lipolsysis. Much less invasive than traditional liposuction, Smartlipo is a body sculpting treatment that essentially melts away fat. Like nonsurgical CoolSculpting, it is ideal for helping eliminate those last few pounds, or the stubborn bumps and bulges that don’t respond well to proper diet and exercise.