Thin Arms Have It – Do I Need an Arm Lift?

Posted June 27, 2015 in Arm Lift (Brachioplasty), Home, Videos

Kim Kardashian makes hers smaller, while Eva Longoria has hers made bigger. I talking about arms, of course. It is no secret that many celebrity photos are air brushed, and the three areas almost always made smaller are the waist, thighs and arms. While maintaining a balanced diet and getting exercise remain the best ways to maintain a healthy weight, the ideal body for advertising seems unobtainable. When we have to air brush even the most beautiful women in the world to sell swim suits, the bar is quite elevated.

How to Thin the Arms

When it comes to a well proportioned body, it’s hard to beat good genes, but maintaining a healthy weight can help. In some cases, however, the genes are working against us. Sometimes, the fat is not stored evenly, and the result is sequestered fat causing disproportionate bulges. As we talked about in the Liposuction Video from last week, when diet and exercise are not vanquishing that stubborn fat pocket, a little spot removal can help. But what happens when the weight is lost, the arms deflate, and large “bat-wings” of skin remain?

Arm Lift Video (Brachioplasty)

This month on the San Francisco Bay Area’s News Station, KRON 4, I discussed Arm Lifts. The Arm Lift or Brachioplasty was created to remove excess skin from the upper arms. Host Janelle Marie and I discuss the indications and the typical results after Brachioplasty, illustrated with sets of Arm Lift Before and After Pictures and answers to many Arm Lift frequently asked questions.

Brachioplasty (Arm Lift) Video Presentation (As Seen on TV)

Arm Lift Consultations

Arm Lift Surgery is not as common as many other Cosmetic Plastic Surgery procedures. So, if you are considering Brachioplasty, contact a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon near you, who is experienced with the Arm Lift procedure, its variations and alternatives. This gives you the best options to choose from, and a qualified Plastic Surgeon to help you through the process.

Greater San Francisco Bay Area patients, can reach me at (925) 943-6353. We will schedule your confidential and informative Arm Lift Consultation appointment, so you can learn the latest and best treatments available specific to your arms.