After Bariatric Surgery

/After Bariatric Surgery
After Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery is a surgical procedure involving the stomach or intestines to induce dramatic weight loss. Major weight loss after bariatric surgery usually leads to excess skin sagging in various areas of the body. Surgical body contouring removes the excess skin and improves the support of underlying tissue. This improves appearance and decreases the uncomfortable feeling of having excess, sagging skin. Procedures improve the appearance of the face, breasts, arms, abdomen, hips and thighs.

Body Lift

A decrease in skin and tissue elasticity can be caused by aging, sun damage, pregnancy, fluctuations in weight and genetic factors and result in excess sagging…

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Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

Breasts often change over time, losing their shape and fullness due to pregnancy and breastfeeding, gravity and aging, heredity and weight fluctuations. A breast lift is a surgical procedure to change the…

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Breast Reduction

You may decide to pursue breast reduction if having large breasts is causing symptoms such as neck pain, back pain, bra strap grooving, or physical conditions. Breast reduction is the surgical removal of…

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Thigh Lift (Thighplasty)

Aging, heredity and fluctuations in weight can affect skin elasticity causing your thighs to have a drooping, sagging appearance. This is a condition that cannot be totally corrected through exercise…

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Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Even individuals of otherwise normal body weight and proportion can develop an abdomen that protrudes or is loose and sagging. A tummy tuck involves removing excess fat and skin…

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Upper Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)

Aging, heredity and fluctuations in weight can affect skin elasticity causing your upper arms to have a drooping, sagging appearance. This is a condition that cannot be totally corrected through exercise…

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