Who Can Benefit from an Arm Lift & Thigh Lift?
Concerns About Arm Lifts & Thigh Lifts
You can expect to resume your normal daily routines within one week after arm lift surgery. Some pain and discomfort will be present for a few days, but this can be controlled with medication. Dr. Erella will advise you to avoid strenuous activities, heavy lifting, and added strain on the arms for a few weeks. Compression garments will need to be worn for a short period of time to aid the healing process.
You will need to wear a compression garment for a brief period after thigh lift surgery. Some bruising and swelling can be expected during recovery; however, this can be alleviated with medication. Dr. Erella will advise you to avoid strenuous exercise or activities for a few weeks after the procedure. Many patients are able to resume normal daily routines within a week; however, some patients may need a bit longer to facilitate a smooth healing process.
While every patient’s results will vary, you may notice the results of an arm lift surgery immediately after the procedure; however, please note that it may take some time for swelling to completely subside and for the long-term results to be apparent. Incisions are typically placed on the underside of the arm, making the scars easily hidden.
Thigh lift scars are typically made in inconspicuous areas. Dr. Erella will also work diligently to ensure that any residual scarring is as light and unnoticeable as possible.
The cost of a body lift procedures vary based on the treatment area, practice and the technique used. A consultation with Dr. Erella is the best way to determine the cost of your body lift procedure.
Arm and thigh lift procedures are major surgeries involving many different treatments at once, so you should allow yourself plenty of time after surgery to fully recuperate. Once Dr. Erella meets with you for your initial consultation, he will discuss all aspects of each procedure and, together, you and Dr. Erella will decide the procedures that will best meet your needs. Once Dr. Erella has created a treatment plan, he will be able to give you a better idea of what the recovery process and pain management will be like.