Arm Liposuction (Brachioplasty)

Arm Liposuction is a procedure that can help sculpt the body by removing unwanted fat from the specific areas of arms. It can remove stubborn areas of fat that don't respond to traditional weight-loss methods. It is also referred to as liposculpture, or lipoplasty. Liposuction is the only method to reduce fat permanently from any particular part of the body.

Frequently Asked Question

How much time is required for an arm liposuction surgery?
The time required to perform liposuction may vary considerably, depending on the size of the area, the amount of fat being removed, and the technique used. Most arm procedures take from between 2 to 3 hours.

Do I require to get admitted or is it an Outpatient procedure?
It is a day care procedure wherein the patient can be immediately released. In general you should plan on returning to work after 3-5 days. It would be about 2-3 weeks before normal gym activities or jogging should be restarted.

Do I require to get admitted or is it an Outpatient procedure?
It is a day care procedure wherein the patient can be immediately released. In general you should plan on returning to work after 3-5 days. It would be about 2-3 weeks before normal gym activities or jogging should be restarted.

What are the side effects of an arm liposuction surgery?
A few side effects are uneven contours, irregular pigmentation, infection or excessive fluid loss. But these effects are temporary and are overcome within a few days time. For large volume liposuction blood thinners and early mobilization is done to prevent venous thrombosis.

How long do the results of an arm liposuction surgery last?
The reduction in the size of the arms and the improvement in the shape are permanent, though it is important to maintain a proper diet and exercise program after the procedure.