This 49 year old woman came to Dr. Francesco Campanile after having lost nearly 150 pounds. Over two years on Weight Watchers, this woman went from nearly 300 pounds down to 158 pounds. She came to Dr. Campanile because she was interested in undergoing some cosmetic surgery after her massive weight loss, including an arm lift, lower body lift and thigh lift. She did some extensive research and found out that Denver cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile specialized in cosmetic surgery after massive weight loss. Knowing that Dr. Francesco Campanile specializes in body contouring put her at ease with her decision to undergo multiple cosmetic surgeries with Dr. Campanile.
Dr. Campanile performed this patient’s arm lift procedure. Unlike many plastic surgeons, Dr. Campanile, is able to perform a style of arm lift that hides the incision on the underside of the arm instead of along the bicep muscle. He has found that results look better and patient satisfaction is higher with his style of arm lift procedure.
Since this woman had lost nearly 150 pounds her arms had very little fat, but she had significant excess hanging skin after that weight loss. This made her an ideal candidate for an arm lift surgery. Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, performed this woman’s arm lift at a local hospital.
She is shown here approximately 4 months following her arm lift surgery. She was so happy with that she then scheduled a thigh lift and body lift surgery to follow. Dr. Campanile performed this patient's after massive weight loss cosmetic surgeries.
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