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Arm Lift Gallery

Patient 1

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Case #6154 - Arm Lift

Brachioplasty (arm lift). Tattoo was blacked out for patient confidentiality.

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Patient 2

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Case #6158 - Arm Lift

Brachioplasty addresses the skin laxity of the upper arm. Here, a large portion of skin was resected.

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Patient 3

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Case #6162 - Arm Lift

The brachioplasty arm lift incision generally runs on the inner aspect of the arm up to the chest. In severe cases of skin laxity, the incision must be carried into the armpit.

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Patient 4

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Case #6168 - Arm Lift

This photo illustrates combination liposuction using the CAST technique (Circumferential liposuction) combined with skin excision. A core principle of CAST liposuction is skin retraction. Not all patients are candidates for arm liposuction. Liposcution in the wrong patient can exacerbate skin

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Patient 5

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Case #6174 - Arm Lift

This example illustrates the bat wing deformity. Over resection would result in disproportionate arms in relation to the body. Often the result of massive weight loss, the skin fails to retract. Over resection would result in disproportionate arms in relation

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Patient 6

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Case #6180 - Arm Lift

Front view of arm lift procedures, also called brachioplasty. When performed properly, the incisions are well hidden in both front and back.

Individual results may vary.

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