Dr. Blinski Offers the Best Arm Light in Miami
If you were overweight, you most likely developed upper arms that were heavy, resulting in stretched skin. After weight loss, skin doesn’t always tighten, and therefore sags. An arm lift is the only way to improve this problem. Dr. Blinski has over twenty years of experience fixing this very problem.
Dr. Blinski is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon. Not every doctor who performs cosmetic procedures like an Arm Lift is a Plastic Surgeon. In fact, some of them are actually General Practioners who have taken a single weekend seminar to learn a single cosmetic procedure. Wouldn’t you feel more confident knowing that the physician performing your Arm Lift procedure is a plastic surgeon with a comprehensive education and certification credentials?
As a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and a widely recognized and respected expert, Dr. Blinski’s experience and training is comprehensive when dealing with cosmetic procedures. Dr Blinski’s experience and training allow him to thoroughly understand all of the nuances of procedures like Face Lift, Mini Tummy Tuck, or Fat Transfer.
As a plastic surgeon, Dr Blinski is also experienced in other types of cosmetic surgeries, such as Rhinoplasty and Breast Augmentation. You can feel confident that Dr. Blinski has the completed range of experience to offer the right procedure for your individual situation.
What Is an Arm Lift?
Brachioplasty, commonly called an arm lift, is a procedure that reduces excess fat and skin between the elbow and the underarm, reshaping the arm and resulting in smoother skin and smoother contours, and resulting in a more proportionate and toned appearance.
How Is an Arm Lift Performed?
The procedure takes several hours. Dr. Blinski will make incisions on the back or inside of your arm, typically spanning from just above the elbow to the underarm. Excess fat may then be removed by using Liposuction, while excessive skin is trimmed, tightened and sutured in place. The incisions are then closed using absorbable sutures. Dressings are placed on the incisions. Patients are usually discharged from the recovery area 2 to 3 hours following the procedure, but will require someone to bring them home.
What Happens After Surgery?
Arm Lift patients generally have a swelling of the area operated upon. This swelling will go done within a few weeks. The surgical scars often become more red two weeks afterwards and then begin to fade 2 to 3 months later.