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Why is arm lift surgery done?
Arm lift surgery is a procedure done to remove the loose skin and excess fat deposits in the upper arm occurring as a result of ageing, gravity or weight loss.
How is arm lift surgery done?
- An incision is made that runs from the armpit to the elbow, along the inside of the arm.
- The excess skin and tissue are removed and the incisions are sutured.
- The upper arm is either wrapped or placed in an elastic sleeve to reduce swelling.