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Arm Lift Before And After

Arm lift surgery, or brachioplasty, reduces excess sagging skin, while tightening and smoothing the underlying tissue of the upper arm. Patients who’ve lost a lot of weight can benefit greatly from this surgery. In this gallery, you’ll find amazing before and after images of arm lift surgery. Following this procedure, the results are apparent almost immediately. Most patients’ upper arms will be smoother and the contour noticeably improved. Best of all, the results are long lasting.

Patient 3161: Brachioplasty to help with the discomfort of large arms

Patient 3161 Brachioplasty
  • Jane was 44 years old and had been worried about her arms for a long time.
  • She had a liposuction based arm lift performed in Maitland Private Hospital. *

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*

Patient 3165: Brachioplasty after loosing 30 kg of weight

Patient 3165 Brachioplasty
  • Ellie was 33 years old and had lost a lot of weight in the last few years.
  • Dr Beldholm performed a liposuction based arm lift for her.

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*

Patient 3164: 60 year old lady who has been thinking about having an arm lift

Patient 3164 Brachioplasty
  • Rose was 60 years old, and had had a facelift performed by Dr Beldholm one year prior.
  • She was very happy with the result, and now wanted to proceed with a brachioplasty.*

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*

Patient 3163: Arm lift for loose skin on the arms after losing 50 kg in weight

Patient 3163 Brachioplasty

Kelly was 22 years old. She had been significantly overweight in her teenage years. She made a decision that she would lose the weight when she was around 15 or 16 years old. She struggled significantly with her weight loss, and after seeing her GP she was given a prescription for one of the available weight loss medications. She used this for three months and was able to lose 15 kg during that time.*

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*

Patient 3162: Brachioplasty (arm lift) after losing 60kg in weight and maintaining it

Patient 3162 Brachioplasty

Sandra was 36 years old and had been through a lot in her life. When she was 25 years old her weight was 136 kg. As a young child she had always been a bit big, but as she got older she started to eat more and more junk food, and at 136kg she was not happy.

Over the course of the next ten years she turned her life around. She began eating healthy food and exercising. At 35 years old she was down to 76 kg.*

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*

Patient 3159: Arm lift with liposuction and skin resection

Patient 3159 Brachioplasty

Shelly, who was 53 years old, had been thinking about having something done with her arms for a long time. She had always had large arms, but she noticed that with the combination of aging and weight loss that the skin on her arms started hanging and causing her a lot of discomfort.*

(Individual results may vary. See our disclaimer)*


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There is no guarantee of specific results and the results can vary from patient to patient. The photos shown have not been altered, other than removing identifiable marks such as tattoos and birthmarks at the request of the patient. If any such alteration has been done then it has been done equally on both before and after photos and there is a notation under the photo stating what alteration has been done.

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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.