Bariatric

The contouring may be performed via a lower abdominal incision:

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When dealing with more extensive skin flaccidity you may require an inverted T incision:

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At times there are other problems such as large ventral hernias that can be simultaneously corrected with surgery:

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If the excess skin and/or fat extend to the back and buttocks a circumferential or a lower body lift maybe necessary to properly contour the trunk:

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Another frequent complaint is that of upper arm flaccidity, the typical case will require an extensive incision that removes the flaccid tissues from the axilla to the elbow and in selected circumstances part of this tissue can be used to assist in filling deflated breasts.

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Thigh deformities may involve the lateral and anterior thigh, and in this case may improve with a lower body lift, however, the most common issue is that of excess skin and fat on the medial (inside) aspect of the thighs and the time-proven way to deal with it is by performing a direct, vertical excision of skin and fat.

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Weight loss will often lead to an almost total deflation of the breasts, in those case in which there is not enough surrounding tissue to build up the breast mound, the use of breast prosthesis may be an option.

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