brachioplasty


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bra•chi•o•plas•ty

(ˈbreɪ ki əˌplæs ti)
n., pl. -ties.
plastic surgery to lift and tighten upper-arm skin.
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They explain anatomic and physiologic changes of the abdominal wall, abdominoplasty, lipoabdominoplasty, mini-abdominoplasty, brachioplasty, liposuction, liposculpture, buttock augmentation, calf implants, and contouring of the female and male genitalia.
Shannon's surgery included breast augmentation, abdominoplasty, rhytidectomy, brachioplasty and gastric sleeve that amounted to over $75,000.
A surgeon would perform brachioplasty on which part of the body?
The non-surgical skin tightening treatment can be used to provide similar results as a neck lift, brachioplasty, and mini facelift.
More than 15,000 US women had the procedure known as arm lifts, or brachioplasty, done last year, at a cost of $61 million nationwide, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Upper arm lifts can include liposuction or a surgical procedure known as brachioplasty, in which loose skin is removed from the back of the arms.
When Susan hit her 8st weight loss, she went to the private Spire Hospital in Cardiff and had what she calls an "arm lift" or a brachioplasty to remove the excess skin on her arms.
James Miller, a board-certified plastic surgeon, performed numerous surgeries on Melissa Martino, including, in late September 2006, a bilateral breast reduction surgery, and at the same time, liposuction and brachioplasty.
Arm reduction surgery, or brachioplasty, is often performed when substantial weight loss has resulted in loose, sagging skin that can't be improved through exercise.
Brachioplasty, or upper arm lift (tightens upper arm skin)