Arm lift & thigh lift
Sagging skin at upper arms or inner thighs can bother you in your daily life.
Sagging or drooping appearance of upper arms can be the result of aging or weight loss.
A brachioplasty or arm lift removes excess skin and reshapes the upper arm. The scar is located at the inner side of the upper arm. It fades gradually, but will remain visible and uneasy to conceal.
Skin and/or fat excess at the inner thighs can cause an aesthetic discomfort and difficulties in walking by friction. Sagging skin is reduced by a thigh lift or excision of the skin and fat. Liposuction only is indicated when the skin is of good quality.
The scar is located horizontally in the groin, or vertically along the inside of the thigh, or a combination of both. Though the scar fades gradually, it will remain visible and uneasy to conceal.
During an initial consultation, Dr Schaepkens van Riempst will discuss with you the most appropriate treatment, possible risks and postoperative care after this aesthetic surgery.