How is Brachioplasty Examination Made?
In Brachioplasty, the excess, fat, skin, and subcutaneous tissue inside the arm is removed and the operation is finished to provide the natural and young appearance of the arm as before. Liposculpture methods can sometimes be included as ancillary methods in Brachioplasty.
The medication is provided for your convenience during the surgical process. Your doctor will make the best choice for you, start the operation with intravenous sedation or general anesthesia. The exact length and form to be inserted into the arm vary depending on the amount of skin to be extracted. Depending on the surgeon’s preference, the incisions are made in the interior or back of the arm and are performed only in the area up to the armpit with the elbow. After this, liposuction or different fat transfer methods are applied to remove the fat. The arm muscles and fat tissue are reshaped and the closure stage begins. Arm stretching incisions are usually closed with removable or absorbable stitches.
You will have a very comfortable period after Brachioplasty. Swellings and bruises in your arms and slight mild numbness in these areas will be observed and they will stop within approximately 2 weeks. Once you are home, we advise you to leave the hospital with information about the procedures you need to follow.
Returning to Routine Life after Brachioplasty
We receive very positive feedback for Brachioplasty. The recovery process of the first scar is observed within 5 to 10 days. After 2 weeks from the operation, the swellings disintegrate and the incision lines begin to fade. In the meantime, the patient can return to normal life. Severe physical sports activities should be avoided for 2 months after Brachioplasty. With lifelong weight control and arm exercises, you can protect your rejuvenated appearance. In addition, a healthy lifestyle contributes to the long life of the results.
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