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Arm Lift in Newburgh, NY

Considering an arm lift in Newburgh, NY? Dr. Samuel Beran specializes in Brachioplasty, a procedure that removes excess arm skin and fat, tightening the area. Eligible with stable weight and good health. Surgery enhances arm appearance post-weight loss or due to aging.

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The Surgery

Arm Lift

The arm lift in Newburgh, NY effectively reduces upper arm skin and fat through safe surgical techniques. Incisions along the arm’s inner or back areas remove excess tissue, followed by reshaping for a more toned appearance. Liposuction targets fat pockets as needed. The procedure lasts 1 to 3 hours, with post-op bandages to minimize swelling and promote healing. Wearing a compression garment for several weeks aids in maintaining results. Expect around 4 weeks of recovery before resuming regular activities.

The arm lift, technically known as Brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure that reshapes the underside of the arm
The arm lift, technically known as Brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure that reshapes the underside of the arm.

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Arm Lift Surgery Preparation

Prior to any cosmetic surgery procedure, it is important to ensure that you are a good candidate for the treatment. Ideal candidates for an arm lift should be in overall good health with no underlying medical conditions that may impede their healing process. Additionally, those seeking an arm lift should have realistic expectations regarding the outcome of the procedure and understand the risks associated with any surgical procedure.

Before your day of surgery, Dr. Beran and our team of experts will provide detailed instructions on how to prepare for your arm lift. This includes instructions on how to care for yourself before and after the procedure as well as steps to take in order to ensure optimal results from your upper arm skin tightening procedures. These instructions often include information on eating habits, exercise regimens, skin quality maintenance (such as avoiding sun exposure), and other steps that can help minimize swelling and promote successful healing after your brachioplasty procedures.

Who is eligible for an Arm Lift?

Candidates for an arm lift may be those looking to improve the appearance of their upper arms by reducing excess skin and/or fat. The procedure is designed to provide a more aesthetic look to the arms, removing folds of skin and pockets of fat that have accumulated over time. Additionally, candidates should be at a healthy weight for the procedure to be effective.

During an arm lift consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon, your goals and expectations will be discussed. Your doctor will evaluate you using various measurements such as skin laxity, fat distribution, and overall body contouring to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. During this consultation, it is important to discuss any visible scarring after surgery, as well as what type of surgery may be necessary to remove excess tissue from your arms.

If you are looking to improve the appearance of your upper arms through upper body contouring procedures such as an arm lift, consulting with a board-certified plastic surgeon can help determine if you are eligible for the procedure based on your individual aesthetic goals.

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Arm Lift Surgery Preparation

After your arm lift surgery, it is important to follow instructions regarding aftercare in order to optimize results and minimize any potential risks or complications. Immediately following the procedure, your arms will be wrapped with a bandage or compression garment to reduce swelling and ensure proper healing. Additionally, you may also be instructed to take certain medications such as antibiotics or painkillers in order to help manage any discomfort or discomfort associated with the healing process.

It is also important to keep the arm area clean and dry at all times in order to help prevent infection. You should avoid submerging the area into the water for at least two weeks after surgery and use only mild soaps when cleaning the affected area. If you notice any signs of infection such as redness, swelling, warmth, increased pain, or discharge from the incision site, contact your plastic surgeon immediately. It is also important that you wear loose-fitting clothing during recovery time in order to reduce friction on the surgical site and prevent unnecessary irritation while healing.

procedures to Enhance Results After an Arm Lift

Body contouring procedures, such as liposuction and tummy tuck, can be used to enhance the results of an arm lift by reducing excess fat and skin in other areas of the body. Liposuction can help eliminate stubborn pockets of fat that cause a disproportionate appearance while tummy tuck surgery can flatten the abdomen for a more toned and sculpted physique. These procedures can also be combined with an arm lift in order to achieve optimal aesthetic results.

FAQs about Arm Lift

How painful is an arm lift?

Arm lift procedures generally involve some degree of discomfort, but the amount of pain experienced can vary between patients. Most people report feeling only mild to moderate discomfort during and after the procedure, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain medications. However, your plastic surgeon may provide a stronger prescription depending on individual circumstances.

What to expect in the initial consultation?

During the initial consultation for an arm lift, your plastic surgeon will evaluate your medical history and physical condition to determine if you are a suitable candidate for the procedure. They will also discuss your desired outcome and provide information regarding potential risks, benefits, and alternatives. Your plastic surgeon may also take photos of the areas being treated to chart your progress following surgery.

What are the potential risks associated with the procedure?

Arm lift procedures come with certain risks, including bleeding, infection, asymmetry, scarring, and nerve damage. In rare cases, the procedure can also lead to blood clots and deep vein thrombosis. It is important to discuss any potential risks or concerns with your plastic surgeon before your arm lift surgery.

Which type of anesthesia is typically employed?

Anesthesia used for arm lift procedures is typically a combination of local and general anesthesia. This ensures that the patient remains comfortable during the entire procedure while also allowing the surgeon to make precise adjustments with minimal discomfort. Local anesthesia numbs the specific areas being treated while general anesthesia relaxes muscles and keeps the patient asleep throughout the operation.

What results should I expect?

The results of an arm lift can vary from patient to patient, but generally, patients should expect to experience smoother, firmer arms with improved contours and more toned and sculpted definition. Additionally, you may also notice a decrease in excess skin or fat in the area that had caused sagging or drooping before the procedure. The results of your arm lift will become even more apparent as your body continues to heal and adjust in the weeks following surgery.

What Arm Lift office is near me?

If you live in the state of New York, Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists offers Arm Lift among its services. For a full list of services, please visit our Locations page.

Last modified by Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein.