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Arm Lift

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  4.7 /5 (1 Reviews)

Arm Lift Arm lift surgery, medically known as brachioplasty, reduces or removes loose, sagging skin from the upper arm to create a more attractive and toned arm appearance.

Arm lifts are best for patients who have lost a lot of weight. When the concern is not loose skin, but excess fat, liposuction is usually the better option.

Typical Minimum Cost of Arm Lift (based on national averages):
$7,600.00
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Typical Maximum Cost of Arm Lift (based on national averages):
$14,375.00
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National Average Cost of Arm Lift:
$10,987.50
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Time Required for Arm Lift:
Usually 1 to 2 hours to perform arm lift surgery.
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Is Arm Lift an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Outpatient.
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What are the Side Effects of Arm Lift?
Arm lift side effects can include temporary swelling, pain, and discomfort. Noticeable, permanent scarring.
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How Long do Arm Lift results last?
Arm lift results can be long lasting, but subject to changes associated with natural aging process.
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What is the recovery time for Arm Lift?
Patients wear a protective sleeve-like wrapping home after surgery.

Significant healing should be seen in about 10-14 days; After the armlift, recovery from swelling can take 3-6 months to fully fade.

Sutures are usually removed 2-3 weeks after surgery.

Because the incision stretches almost from elbow to underarm, scars will always be evident, but will fade almost completely in 6 months to 2 years of surgery.
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Will my insurance company cover Arm Lift?
Because of the cosmetic nature of an arm lift, insurance is not involved.
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Is there much discomfort for Arm Lift?
After the arm lift, pain and discomfort will occur in moderate levels, and may persist for several days. This pain is easily controlled with standard pain medication.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Arm Lift?
For an arm lift, the anesthesia used is usually general, or in some cases, local anesthesia with sedation.
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What else can I combine Arm Lift with?
For enhanced results, arm lift surgery may be combined with:
Liposuction
Tummy Tuck
Breast Lift

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What else is Arm Lift referred to as?
Brachioplasty
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Arm Lift Testimonials:

February 8, 2011
"Dr Bittar. made the whole service and procedure very pleasant it has only been one month and I see so much improvement with the results I can't wait for the summer to be able to show off my jeans. lol."
ELENA V. - Romeoville, IL
Customer Rating.... 4.7

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