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Body Lift

The Circumferential Body Lift is a surgical procedure aimed at removing excess skin not only from the abdomen but also from the back.

Candidates for this procedure typically struggle with loose and inelastic skin across various areas of their body, often stemming from significant weight loss achieved through methods such as diet, exercise, or bariatric surgery. Given this widespread concern, the body lift surgery is frequently complemented with additional procedures like breast lifts, arm lifts, and liposuction to ensure balanced body proportions. By targeting multiple areas, including the abdomen, back, buttocks, hips, and thighs, body lifts work to tighten and refine the overall body contour.

It's not uncommon for patients to opt for dividing the procedure into two smaller sessions instead of a single extensive one. This approach is often preferred for reasons of safety and enhanced post-operative comfort.

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Body Lift
Procedure

Body lift procedures are surgical procedures that require extensive incisions. The length and pattern depend on the amount and location of excess skin to be removed, as well as surgical judgment. Advanced techniques usually allow incisions to be placed in strategic locations where they can be hidden by most types of clothing and swimsuits.

Recovery 

Body lift surgery is highly customizable to the unique goals of each patient. Due to the many different types of procedures, recovery time is dependent on the procedure and the patient. Discuss your personal recovery plan with your surgeon.

Risks

The results of a body lift procedure can vary depending on individual circumstances, including the extent of excess skin, the quality
of the skin, and the patient's
overall health.

Results

A body lift improves the shape and tone of the underlying tissue that supports the skin. The procedure can include the abdominal area, buttocks, and different areas of

the thigh.


The results of body lift surgery are visible almost immediately. Your new uplifted body contours should be long-lasting, providing the patient maintains his/her weight and has an active, healthy lifestyle.

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