This procedure, aimed at the “bat wings” or saggy skin on the underside of the upper arm, involves incisions from the armpit to the elbow. It trims away excess skin and is typically done discreetly, so scars are well hidden.
Designed to lift the breasts by reshaping them, it may require multiple incisions, especially if there’s significant drooping. The nipple and areola get repositioned, enhancing the breast’s overall appearance.
Incisions are made around the areola and down each breast. Excess tissue and skin are removed, the breast is reshaped, and the nipple is repositioned.
This targets fat pockets and loose skin on the upper/middle back. An incision, hidden under the bra line, is made to sculpt the back.
Excess skin and fat from the lower abdomen are removed through a hip-to-hip incision. The skin around the belly button is repositioned, and the abdominal muscles can be tightened.
Beyond the traditional tummy tuck, this procedure includes an additional vertical incision for enhanced contouring, especially beneficial after massive weight loss.
This targets the skin on the back, with incisions across the back, enhancing its toned appearance.
A comprehensive procedure, it might encompass various lifts like tummy tucks, butt lifts, and more.
Combining a tummy tuck with a thigh lift, it removes sagging skin through incisions from the back to the front thighs.
It focuses on the upper back and sides, with scars typically concealed under the bra line.
This involves an incision along the lower back, lifting the buttocks by pulling up the skin below the incision and removing extra tissue.
A BBL augments the buttocks using fat from other body parts, typically the abdomen, thighs, or hips.
To achieve smoother thighs, incisions are made on both inner and outer thighs, allowing the removal of excess skin and fat.
Specifically focusing on the removal of the ‘pannus’ or the hanging skin and tissue from the lower abdomen, this surgery is beneficial for those with significant overhanging skin after weight loss.