What is Arm Lift?
The presence of sagging on the upper, back and inner parts of the arm often occurs with fat deposits and skin sagging. Another reason for sagging is related to old age, gravity and intermittent weight loss. Because the skin and subcutaneous tissue are looser in these areas. The rate of adipose tissue accumulating with sagging varies from person to person. For this reason, each patient who will undergo arm lift aesthetics should be evaluated individually.
Arm lift surgeries can be performed alone or in combination with breast reduction, breast lift, tummy tuck, leg stretching and liposuction. Arm lift surgery should first be performed in a hospital with adequate equipment. The surgery is performed under general anesthesia and takes approximately 1-3 hours. It will be sufficient to stay under observation in the hospital for one day after the operation. Because there will not be any discomforting pain. Don’t forget to follow our Instagram page.
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What Should Be Considered Before Arm Lift Surgery?
As in all surgeries, you should quit smoking, aspirin, blood thinners and similar substances about two to three weeks before the surgery in arm lift aesthetic surgeries. Just before the operation, you will need to inform your doctor about your general health and the medications you use. You should not use painkillers such as apranaks, vermidone and voltaren, multivitamin pills, green tea, tomato seeds, cherry stems, flax seeds and all weight loss products.
How is Arm Lift Surgery Performed?
Arm lift surgery is started by making an “L” shaped incision starting from the armpit towards the elbow. Usually, only the excess skin is removed from the patient and arm tension is increased. However, in patients with very thick arms, the liposuction method is also added to the arm stretching process. If this method is added, the operation will be more successful. While the operation is performed under general anesthesia, the duration of the operation varies between half an hour and three hours.