Information About Body Procedures

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Body contouring is a term regularly used in the field of plastic surgery to refer to a collection of procedures that create a more defined shape.

After weight loss surgery is a term used to describe procedures that remove excess, loose, or hanging skin that may occur after major weight loss.

An arm lift surgery, or brachioplasty, can effectively remove unwanted or excess skin from the upper arm to create a more youthful appearance.

Fat transfer is a procedure that removes unwanted or excess fat from one area of the body and injects it into other areas to improve size or shape.

Liposuction is a body sculpting technique that surgically removes unwanted or excess fat that does not dissipate through regular diet or exercise.

By modifying the appearance of an unwanted or unsightly scar, scar revision helps to improve the look of a scar from a previous surgery or trauma.

A tummy tuck is a surgery meant for men and women interested in tightening the skin and muscle of their abdomen after weight loss or pregnancy.

Lesion removal is performed to remove lesions of the skin that are either cancerous or unsightly.

A mommy makeover is a combination of cosmetic procedures that help to restore a woman’s body after childbirth.

Following significant weight loss, a lower body lift is a surgical option to remove excess skin and improve the appearance of the legs and buttocks.

Also known as a thighplasty, a thigh lift employs a specific set of techniques to tighten and remove loose skin in the inner and outer thigh areas.

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