Whether the root of someone's arm problems is excess fat, loose and sagging skin, or a combination of the two, it can have a substantial influence on self-confidence and mental health by making them feel uneasy and nervous about how they look in particular types of clothing. It can even prohibit people from completely enjoying their life since they avoid beaches, local swimming pools, and any other situation that requires them to expose their arms.
Liposuction can be used to decrease excess arm fat.
Arm lift surgery can remove sagging skin on the arms.
Arm lift surgery, also known as brachioplasty surgery, is frequently performed on patients who wish to remove unsightly drooping skin that forms the dreaded "bingo wings." When a person loses a significant amount of weight, the skin on the arms sags. Liposuction followed by arm lift surgery may be effective if you've lost a lot of weight but still have some on your arms that you're having difficulties getting rid of.
It's crucial to note that there is a limit to how much fat may be removed if each cosmetic operation is performed concurrently, so chat to your cosmetic surgeon about what's practical.