Arm Lift / Brachioplasty
What is brachioplasty?
Brachioplasty (arm lift) is a surgical procedure performed to remove the loose, hanging skin that often develops on the underside of the upper arm as a result of aging, weight loss or weight gain. Brachioplasty is ideal for patients who have an excessive amount of hanging skin and/or fat that does not respond to diet and exercise.
What to expect during the procedure
During brachioplasty, an incision is made along the inside of the upper arm. Excess fat is removed. Excess skin is removed. Brachioplasty is performed under general anesthesia or intravenous sedation and, depending on the amount of skin and fat that are removed, takes 1 hour. Patients are able to return home the same day as surgery.
who is an ideal candidate?
For a patient who needs only a small amount of skin and fat removed, a minimal-incision arm lift may be performed. A less invasive way to remove excess fat and tissue, it requires only a few small incisions near the underarm.
Arm Lift Before and After
Arm Lift Before
Arm Lift After
Schedule A Consultation
If you are interested in an Arm Lift, and would like to see if you are a good candidate, call (610) 527-4833 to schedule a consultation with Main Line Top Doctor, Dr. Claytor. Our plastic surgery practice serves patients from Philadelphia, Main Line, Bryn Mawr and surrounding areas.