Fluctuations in weight, aging and even heredity can cause changes in appearance that are not expected nor desired. One such change that can occur in the upper arms results in a droopy, sagging, batwing-like appearance, and although fitness may strengthen and improve the underlying muscle tone of the upper arm, it cannot eliminate excess skin that has lost its elasticity or underlying weakened tissues and localized fat deposits.
If the underside of the upper arms have developed sagging, droopy skin, or appears lose and full due to excess skin and fat, brachioplasty may be the answer. By surgically removing this excess skin and fat, the arms will appear more toned and proportionate in appearance, working to enhance a person’s self-confidence. The best way to learn how this surgical procedure can help fulfill personal goals is to set up a consultation with Dr. Paige Holt today.