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Plastic Surgery

Arm Lift

Heredity, growing older and weight fluctuation can result in your upper arms having a saggy or droopy appearance. Unfortunately, this is a condition that often cannot be corrected with exercise. If the underside of your upper arms has excess skin and fat, an arm lift can take years off your appearance and put you back in sleeveless tops and dresses.

What is an arm lift?

An arm lift — also known as brachioplasty or arm contouring — reshapes the under portion of your upper arm, from your underarm region to your elbow.

This surgical procedure will:

  • Reduce excess sagging skin
  • Tighten and smooth to define the shape of your upper arm
  • Reduce pockets of fat in the upper arm region

What does an arm lift cost?

Arm contouring surgery is considered a cosmetic procedure and is not covered by insurance. Fee quotes are given at the time of consultation and range from $5,000 to $7,500. This includes the physician charge, facility fee, anesthesia fee, pre-operative visit, post-operative visits for up to three months, dressings and garments.

Learn more about the arm lift procedure.

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