An arm lift is a cosmetic surgical procedure to improve the appearance of the under portion of your upper arms. During an arm lift — also known as brachioplasty — excess skin and fat are removed from between the armpit and elbow.

Is an arm lift right for me?
An arm lift might be a good choice for you if:

Your upper arms have excess skin, no matter how much you work out or diet.
Aging, heredity, or changes in your weight can all contribute to your arms having a “bat wing” appearance. Exercise and diet can’t tighten this area, even if you’re slim in other parts of your body.

Your weight is stable.
You’ll see the most consistent, long-lasting results from arm lift surgery if you’re at or near your goal weight and can maintain it.

You’re in good health.
Health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, or obesity may slow your healing process or increase your risk of complications. Talk to your doctor to make sure you’re a good candidate before considering arm lift surgery.

You’re a nonsmoker.
Smoking can slow down your body’s ability to recover after surgery. If you do smoke, your doctor may suggest you quit at least six weeks before your arm lift

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