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Arm Lift

Arm lift surgery in London, also known as brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure at Estehair Medical that removes the excess hanging tissues of the upper arm, effectively reshaping the arm from the elbow to the underarm region.


In addition, excess fat from the upper arm area can be removed with liposuction to reduce and further shape the arms.

What can arm lift do for your appearance?

The improvement in the shape and contour of your arms following arm lift surgery London is dramatic and can greatly improve your self-image. While the arm lift will significantly improve the proportions of your arms to match your body, it does come with a visible scar.


Our expert plastic surgeons in London will minimize the sagging appearance. The results are long-lasting and relatively permanent if you maintain a stable weight and healthy lifestyle.

What happens during an arm lift surgery?

During arm lift surgery at the top plastic surgery clinic in London, excess tissues of the upper arm are removed to provide a smoother, more proportional look. An incision from the axilla to just above the elbow is created and the excess skin and fat are removed.


The incision is then closed along the inside of the arm to keep it from direct view. Drains are placed for a short period of time to help with the healing process.

Who qualifies for arm lift surgery?

The best candidate may be a man or woman who has lost elasticity of the skin and underlying tissues of the upper arm. This is commonly due to significant weight loss and skin that has lost its ability to retract after being overstretched.


In general, candidates are healthy individuals who do not have any medical conditions that can impair healing or increase risk of surgery. They are non-smokers and have a relatively stable weight without being significantly overweight.


Would you like to learn more about Arm Lift? Book a free consultation with us today!