Arm lift (Brachioplasty) guide


This guide goes into detail regarding:

Indications for the procedure

Selecting the right surgeon for you

Red flags to look out for along your journey

Important details to note before, during and after your surgery

Ensuring a smooth surgery day and recovery afterwards

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Also known as brachioplasty, an upper arm lift addresses the upper arm to tighten loose skin and remove fat that often creates a “bat wing” appearance under the arm, specifically the upper arm, as it rarely crosses the elbow to the forearm. It is important to not simply address excess upper arm skin and fat, but to create a smooth transition with the forearm. Often pursued by massive weight loss patients and the elderly or those predisposed by genetics, it is often combined with liposuction to achieve the best results.

Every year, several thousands of patients safely undergo successful upper arm lift surgery with pleasing results. As with any other surgical procedure, the trade-off is scarring which can be skillfully hidden from conversational distance with your arms in repose.