The “Invisible” Arm-Lift Procedure

by Robert Hardesty, M.D. 

Invisible Arm-Lift Procedure for the Inland Empire, Including the communities of Riverside, Corona, and Rancho Cucamonga

Our nearly “invisible” Arm-Lift technique offers patients dramatic results for tightening and removing the loose skin on the upper arms. The best candidates for this procedure are individuals who have lost significant weight, experienced a loss in the elasticity of the skin, or simply have developed the condition to due aging.

The Former Arm-Lift Procedure was often performed in a hospital setting under general anesthesia and required approximately 2 to 3 hours depending upon the patient. An incision was then made along the lower inside of the upper arm from the elbow to the arm pit and excess skin was removed. This approach left patients with a very visible scar and longer recovery time.

The Latest Advance in Arm-Lift Surgery

Today, as Board Certified Plastic Surgeons, our practice can offer you the “Invisible” Arm-Lift. We can now eliminate the scar running from your armpit to your elbow by making a small incision, underneath the armpit and then lipo-suctioning your arm to lightly tighten the skin. This Arm-Lift Procedure is accomplished in about an hour and our small incision is virtually unnoticeable.

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