Arm lift

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Lifting sagging arms can often result in an unsatisfactory appearance for individuals who have lost a significant amount of weight. Excess saggy skin is particularly prominent in areas known for sagging, such as the buttocks, lower abdomen, arms, and ulna. This can be a real problem for individuals as it affects their appearance and causes embarrassment, especially when wearing light summer clothes.

Dr. Samir Ghoraba guarantees excellent results for arm and lumbar sagging operations, providing a permanent solution to this problem and allowing individuals to live their lives without obstacles or embarrassment.

Arm lift is a procedure that involves removing excess fat and skin from the area under the armpit, extending to the lower arms and ulna in the side and back areas. In some cases, it may extend to the chest and back. This condition is often caused by weight loss and lack of exercise.

Advantages of lifting arm sagging at Dr. Samir Ghoraba centers


– Simple and easy process

– Affordable

– Quick results

– Safe

– Improves the appearance of the arms, increasing confidence in wearing clothes without shame

– Real and tangible results, unlike other slimming products of unknown origin that carry harmful side effects

There are two methods for arm lift:

  1. Surgical tightening
  2. J plasma ionic sculpting tightening

The arm and lumbar sagging procedure begins with an examination and planning of the area where the sagging skin will be removed. The doctor selects the appropriate anesthesia based on the patient’s condition. A surgical incision is made to remove excess skin and fat from the predetermined area. The medical incision is then sewn, and the recovery period begins. The length of the incision may vary depending on the degree of sagging.

Dr. Samir Ghoraba advises the following after arm lift surgery:

– It is important to get out of bed early after surgery, preferably with the help of someone, to prevent postoperative problems. When sleeping, the knees should be bent, and the head should be at a 45-degree angle for better wound healing.

– Walking for 15-20 minutes every hour and a half daily helps improve blood circulation in the extremities and promotes bowel movement.

– Arm movements should be minimized and not raised above 90 degrees. Placing the arms on top of two pillows can help reduce swelling.

– Assistance may be needed to get out of bed for the first 24-48 hours, so it is advisable to have someone nearby during this period.

– The patient should adhere to a light diet, starting with warm water and fluids, and gradually returning to normal food the day after surgery.

– Arm movements should be minimized, and it is important to avoid leaning on the arms when getting out of bed and lifting heavy objects.

– The patient should wear the corset day and night and never remove it for the first month and a half after the operation.

– Strenuous activities, carrying heavy objects, and driving a car should be avoided for three weeks.

– Swelling and bruising in the arms are expected, but they will gradually subside and disappear in about 3-4 months.

– The patient may experience itching or numbness, which will gradually decrease over time.

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