Brachioplasty is a type of plastic surgery that removes excess skin and fatty tissue from the arms in the shoulder area. Correction of such phenomena becomes necessary with age, when the skin loses its elasticity and does not keep its shape, which can cause aesthetic discomfort. Along with this, these phenomena can develop as a result of intense weight loss, when the fat layer decreases and an excess volume of the skin appears. Typically, this problem occurs on the inside of the arm, localized from the shoulder to the elbow. The tightening of the skin of the hands allows you to restore the tone of the forearms, eliminate the excess volume of the hanging skin. In some cases, hand brachioplasty is performed in combination with liposuction to remove excess fat layer, or is itself an additional procedure as a result of such an intervention.
Brachioplasty (plastic surgery of the skin of the hands) is performed by excision of excess skin and subcutaneous fat, followed by tightening of the skin. There are two main methods of such surgical treatment. Transaxillary brachioplasty (elliptical removal of excess tissue) involves making a small incision in the armpit and removing the ellipsoid area of the skin. Along with this, simultaneous removal of excess adipose tissue through the incision can be performed.
An arm lift, or brachioplasty, is a type of cosmetic surgery that corrects underarm sagging by reducing excess skin, tightening and smoothing tissues, and removing excess fat. The goal of this procedure is to make the upper arms of the arms tighter and firmer. The natural aging process and genetics can play an important role in skin elasticity. An arm lift is usually performed under general anesthesia. If you decide to have this operation, you must carefully follow the instructions of the surgeon after the operation. The arm lift usually takes 3 hours. Once you decide on this procedure, you need to be sure that your arm lifts are planned to suit your needs, preferences and clinic practice.
When the anesthesia takes effect, your surgeon will make incisions in your elbows, arms, or armpits — depending on the case of each patient. If your surgeon notices that you have stubborn fatty tissue in your upper arm, they may also use liposuction to remove excess fat. Your surgeon will also cover the new hand contour with skin. When the excess skin is removed, the incisions are sewn together so that your hand becomes softer and firmer. To minimize the risk of scarring, the surgeon will try to close the incisions as carefully as possible. In most cases, the surgeon will suture in such a way that they cannot be seen behind the contours of the body.
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