Because we use tumescent liposuction and Pro-Nox, we can perform arm liposuction without having to administer general anesthesia. Tumescent liposuction is the injections of local anesthesia to prepare for liposuction.
It helps reduce bleeding & bruising and numb the area to feel zero discomfort. Pro-nox is an aesthetic system that provides fast-acting pain treatment using inhaled oxygen and nitric oxide.
Upper arm liposuction produces long-lasting benefits, and it’s important to note that it is not a weight loss procedure. The body does not rebuild the fat cells since they are manually removed. The cells have been removed permanently. If you can keep a constant weight and live a healthy lifestyle, you will not build excess fat in your remaining cells. Some people believe that removing fat cells from one area of the body may cause them to appear in another. This is not true. What is true is that you must exercise and eat well after having liposuction.
Scarring is an inherent side effect of any surgical operation that requires an incision. However, after fully healing, the majority of arm lipo patients have little to no visible scars. This is partly because liposuction incisions are extremely small, requiring a few stitches to seal. Furthermore, our team takes great care to strategically position arm liposuction incisions in regions where they can be readily camouflaged within the body’s natural contours and/or concealed beneath clothing. In many circumstances, the patients cannot recognize their liposuction scar!
Liposuction patients are typically instructed to wear compression garments continuously, except for showering, for three to six weeks following their procedure. After the first six weeks, individuals may be directed to wear the garments solely at night, and the design or pressure of the garment may be changed. Remember that the type of compression garments and how they are used will be unique to each individual and will be determined by the surgical procedure performed. As your healing progresses, our team may change the level of compression. If you experience any difficulty wearing your compression garments or feel pain or discomfort, it is crucial to keep in touch with our team.
Brachioplasty, often known as an Arm Lift, is a cosmetic procedure used to tone and define the upper arms. Our skin loses elasticity as we age, causing it to droop and making it harder to reverse the consequences organically. This technique is appropriate for persons who have lost a significant amount of weight quickly through dieting or surgery. Your surgeon can remove extra skin during this procedure, resulting in a healthier arm contour. Liposuction, on the other hand, is a cosmetic operation performed to remove extra fat that has not responded to dieting or exercise. It is a normal, low-risk upper arm surgery that results in a more toned appearance. If you wish to eliminate excess fat, liposuction may deflate the arms and potentially leave some skin behind.