If you’ve lost weight recently, you have seen firsthand the many benefits of your healthier self. But even though you look and feel much better, you may feel self-conscious about areas of your body where loose skin and excess fat still exist. If you have sagging skin on your arms, consider an arm lift from Denver, Colorado plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Campanile.
Dr. Campanile customizes each procedure for his Denver arm lift patients. Most commonly, our patients are concerned about the loose, sagging skin of the upper arms. In addition, you may have residual pockets of fat tissue. Dr. Campanile will take the time during your initial consultation to assess your case individually and develop a surgical approach that addresses each and every one of your concerns. Our goal is to give you the information you need to make a good decision about your procedure.
Request a consultation online to take the next step and see how an arm lift can improve your appearance. If you haven’t already, be sure to view arm lift patient photos to see the results Dr. Campanile can achieve. We’re here for you every step of the way and look forward to meeting with you.
An Arm Lift Tailored for You
Many doctors offer arm lifts in Denver, Colorado, but few have performed as many as Dr. Campanile. His surgical experience means that he is well equipped to customize your procedure and use techniques that minimize and conceal scars as much as possible. Dr. Campanile will listen carefully to your goals so he can help you achieve exactly what you expect.
Enhancements Worth Considering
To begin an arm lift procedure, Dr. Campanile carefully marks the arm to indicate incision locations and areas of skin to be removed. Incisions are placed in the underarm and along the inside of the arm to minimize visible scarring after the incisions have healed. Through these incisions, Dr. Campanile removes excess fat if necessary and tightens the skin for a slimmer appearance.
After the procedure, Dr. Campanile usually advises patients to plan on a 10 to 14 day period of rest and recovery before engaging in a full range of normal activities. Keeping the arms elevated helps to reduce swelling and speed recovery. Your progress will be checked at a follow-up appointment and his team will focus on your healing and address any questions you may have.