• Brachioplasty and Scarring

    2 monthes ago - By Aesthetic Surgical

    It's not unusual for massive weight loss patients to develop redundant upper arm tissue. When this occurs it can represent a significant aesthetic deformity that can adversely impact self-esteem and self- image. When sag of this magnitude is present, the majority of patients require a full brachioplasty.
    This procedure involves making an incision that extends from the axilla to the elbow. This approach removes excess skin in the vertical and transverse dimensions. Unfortunately, it's virtually impossible to hide scars in this location. For this reason, brachioplasty patients are often...
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