Arm and Leg Stretch
If you're not happy with the look of your arms and legs, then you're not alone. For many people, the skin drooping left behind after the joy and success of losing a significant amount of weight can overshadow everything. After the skin goes beyond its capacity due to excessive weight gain, growth or pregnancy, stretch marks may appear, and if weight is lost again, certain areas of the skin may be forced to shrink back into place rather than hang on to loose folds of the body. To resolve this situation, arm and thigh/leg stretching surgery is performed to leave the hip area tight and smooth and give you the confidence you deserve.
The operation is performed under local and general anesthesia and takes about 2 to 3 hours. Drainage is used to remove blood and body fluids that may accumulate during the operation. 1 or 2 days observation should be made in the hospital. The corset is used to prevent edema and provide support. Proper medical treatment is applied to prevent pain and infection.
Arm Stretching Surgery
Genetic factors and dramatic changes in weight, relaxation and sagging can occur in the upper arms, which cannot be corrected by age, exercise and diet. Arm lift surgery removes excess fat and skin tissue, resulting in both cosmetic and functional improvement in this area.
The operation is performed under general anesthesia. Drainage is often used. Liposuction can be used as a supportive method. A 1-day observation in hospital is usually sufficient. Corset should be used for up to 4-6 weeks immediately after surgery. Intensive exercise can not be done for 1-2 months.
As” bariatric surgery " techniques become widespread, the number of deformations in the arms and legs due to weight loss is rapidly increasing. Depending on the prevalence of the problem, different surgical techniques may be used. Surgery is the key to solving these problems, which cannot be treated simply by diet and exercise.
Leg Stretching Surgery
As a result of taking age, genetic factors and dramatic changes in weight, relaxation and sagging can occur in the inner thighs, which cannot be corrected by exercise and diet.
When walking, the problem of rubbing both legs together is eliminated and hygiene issues are solved. A softer surface area of the thigh is maintained, which better fits with the lower leg and torso.
The operation is performed under general anesthesia. A 1-day observation in hospital is usually sufficient. Corset should be used for up to 4-6 weeks immediately after surgery. Intensive exercise programs should be avoided for 1-2 months.