The upper arm area, that is the skin of the hips, may sag as a result of aging and especially weight gain. It disturbs the person when he raises the arm upwards and wears short sleeves. Arm aesthetics have also become essential for body beauty.
Why does arm skin sag?
Due to the effect of gravity, loss of skin elasticity and reduction of subcutaneous fat tissue due to the aging process, sagging occurs especially in the skin from the back and inner face of the upper arm towards the elbow.
How is arm lift surgery planned?
Depending on the sagging rate of the skin and the thickness of the subcutaneous adipose tissue, the surgery technique to be performed is decided. If there is skin loosening due to weight gain and loss, the thickness of the skin may be excessive. Then the liposuction process is applied first. After liposuction, the abundant skin is surgically removed. Sometimes the skin abundance is limited to the armpit. The abundance of leather can then be picked up, leaving a limited scar that can be hidden under the armpit. In most cases, the abundance of skin is in the form of a bagging that continues up to the elbow. In this case, arm stretching is provided by leaving a trace on the back of the arm extending from the armpit to the elbow. This trace is not visible from the front and from behind.
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A Life Hospital, which was the most comprehensive health institution in the Etimesgut region in 2006, has been continuing to provide quality and safe health services for 14 years with its 69 specialist physicians and 400 experienced staff in 32 branches, on a 11700 m2 closed area, as a seven-storey hospital.
Our hospital, which started off with the understanding of human health and quality service, opened its second hospital in Ankara with the principle of "Healthy Life, Peaceful Future". A Life Hospital North Ankara, which was opened in the Pursaklar region with the A Quality service concept, will continue to be one of the leading institutions of the health sector with its 19 specialist physician staff and 200 personnel in 15 branches.
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