Arm Lift Tampa Bay, Florida

If you’ve spent many hours in the gym trying to lose weight, you may have noticed that a common result you see is saggy skin on different areas of your body. One area this occurs in is the upper arms, and unfortunately, it gives them the dreaded bat-wing look. Fortunately, you can trim down that excess skin and gain those toned arms you’ve always wanted with an arm lift in Tampa Bay.

What is an Arm Lift?

An upper arm lift, or Brachioplasty, reshapes the upper arm to tighten loose skin and remove fat that often creates a “batwing” appearance under the arm. Removing the excess skin caused by weight loss or natural aging can tighten loose skin that extends from the underarm area to the elbow; liposuction is sometimes used in combination to achieve the best results. Every year, thousands of people undergo successful upper-arm-lift surgery and are pleased with the results.

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When to Consider an Upper Arm Lift

  • If your weight is normal, but you feel your shape is marred by underarm laxity.
  • If you have lost a massive amount of weight and are left with excess upper-arm skin and fat that may resemble bat wings.
  • If you are willing to accept a scar in exchange for shapelier arms.

How Much Does an Arm Lift Cost

The price of every plastic surgery varies from patient to patient and depends on the degree of correction required to achieve your aesthetic goals. After Dr. Eberbach analyzes your body during a consultation in Tampa Bay, he will develop a surgical plan tailored to your specific needs. During that time, we will also discuss the price of your procedure. We can also talk about financing options available for the arm lift.

Contact Our Office

Contact our office in you’re interested in learning more about arm lift surgery. Dr. Mark Eberbach has over 30 years of experience specializing in plastic surgery of the breasts, body, and face, and can help answer any of the questions you have about the procedure.

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