A 36 year old woman, 5’4″ and 138 lbs, had undergone massive weight loss surgery (gastric bypass) with resultant looseness of the skin over the arms. She underwent brachioplasty (arm lift) to address the loose arm skin as well as the axilla (armpit).
39 year old female, 5’4″ and 180 lbs, with a history of 60 lbs weight loss after bariatric surgery, underwent bilateral “L” brachioplasty to tighten the arm and remove the excess skin and improve the contour of the axilla.
37 year old male, lost 230 lbs after gastric bypass. He had redundant and hanging skin of the axilla and arm. He underwent bilateral “L” brachiplasty to address the excess arm skin as well as the axilla.
38 year old female, 5’6″, 195 lbs, with a history of gastric bypass, had lost 210 lbs from her bariatric surgery. She had prior brachioplasty performed with another physician and was unhappy with the results. She underwent “L” brachioplasty to improve the redundant arm and axillary skin.