Arm Lift

Length of Hospitalization

1 Day

Operation Time

2-4 Hours



Recovery Time

1-2 Months

Sagging on the upper, back and inside of the arm often occurs with oil deposits and skin sagging. Another cause of sagging is related to old age, gravity and intermittent weight loss. Because in these areas, skin and subsponsive tissue are looser. The proportion of adipose tissue that is formed with sagging varies from person to person. For this reason, each patient who will have arm lift surgery should be evaluated separately. Arm lift surgeries can be performed alone or with breast reduction, breast lift, tummy tummy tying, leg lift and liposuction. Arm lift surgery must first be performed in a hospital with sufficient equipment. The operation is performed under general anesthesia and lasts approximately 1-3 hours. One day after the surgery, it will be enough to be supervised in the hospital. Because there won’t be enough pain to bother you.

What is arm lift surgery and who is it performed on?

The process of removing the over-fat and skin overseas in the arm area of the person and maintaining thin and taser-looking arms is called arm lift surgery. Arm lift surgeries are usually performed on women aged 40 and over. Arm lift aesthetics can be performed on anyone who has an increase in fat and skin in the arm area and is disturbed by this image.

What should be taken care of before arm lift surgery?

As in all surgeries, arm lift surgery should stop smoking, aspirin, blood thinners and similar substances approximately two or three weeks before surgery. Just before the surgery, you will need to provide your doctor with the necessary information about your general health condition and the medications you use. You should not use painkillers such as apranaks, vermidon and voltaren, multivitamin pills, green tea, tomato seeds, cherry stems, flaxseeds and all slimming products.

How are arm lift surgeries performed?

Arm lift surgery begins by making an incising “L” shape towards the dir starting from the armrth. In most days, only more skin is removed from the patient and arm tension is increased. However, liposuction method is added to the arm lift process in patients whose arms are too thick. If this method is added, the operation will be more successful. While the operation is performed under general anesthesia, the duration of the surgery is between half an hour and three hours.

What do I go through after arm lift surgery?

After arm lift surgery, patients can go home. For two days after the operation, there is a protective bandage on the seams. Since all of these stitches are under the skin, the stitches do not need to be taken. After two days, patients can easily take a bath. During the first three weeks after surgery, patients should avoid excessive arm movement. The biggest problem after arm lift surgery is the scars left on the arms. These marks are not the tracks that can be seen when viewed from 10/10. Since the tracks will remain on the inside of the patient’s arms, only the patient will see it. If these marks heal smoothly, they will become silly after six months. After arm lift surgery, you will need to use corsets continuously for 4 weeks. After the operation, the first dressing will be performed on the 5th day after the surgery. In this process, you may have mild drowsiness, bruising and edema, but they will pass quickly. You can easily return to your work life within a week after the operation.

Will the result of arm lift surgery be permanent?

Since the aging process will continue after arm lift surgery, there may be some relaxation. Then it will speed up this process in weight gain and loss. But your arms will never go back to the way they were. Patients should pay attention to their weight and have regular sports in order to maintain the result after surgery.

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