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Welcome to Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery for an arm lift in NYC on Park Avenue.
Arm lift surgery, also known as brachioplasty, is a procedure that removes excess skin and fat from the upper arms.
A Slimmer Appearance
The arms are a common place for people to feel self-conscious about. You may hide your arms by only wearing clothing that covers them, which is less than ideal in warm weather or for special occasions.
It can also be a particular problem area for some whose weight gained accumulates more in their arms than other areas of the body.
With hard work, you can partially reduce fat in the upper arms, but you cannot get rid of excess skin through exercise. Excess skin can make it feel difficult to enjoy the results of your achievements. An arm lift in NYC at Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery is the perfect solution to get rid of both excess skin and fat in your upper arms to give you an overall more slender, sculpted look.
Skin laxity & crepey skin
The Benefits of a Brachioplasty at Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery
Individualized consultation and treatment for your unique concerns and goals
Procedure takes place in our state-of-the-art OR at our Park Avenue office
Surgery performed by Dr. Stein, who uses the most up-to-date and innovative techniques to deliver your desired result.
Consultation With Dr. Stein
How it Works
You’ll visit our New York City office for a confidential consultation with Dr Stein. He will listen to your concerns and goals for brachioplasty surgery, with his top priority to provide individualized care. Based on your goals, concerns, and examination, Dr. Stein will create a personalized treatment plan tailored to you.
We highly encourage you to ask questions during your arm lift consultation. Our team will walk you through every step of the procedure and recovery process so you can feel comfortable and confident in your decision.
Your procedure will take place at our luxurious in-office facility in Manhattan. The surgery process takes between 1 to 2 hours. Dr. Stein will liposuction the upper arm, then make an incision under the arm, near the axilla. This is to remove any loose or excess skin. This technique provides a lifted and tighter arm, with less of a “bat wing” appearance.
The recovery period is 1-4 weeks depending on the technique, and you cannot work out for 1 month after surgery. Dr. Stein, our Patient Care Coordinator, and the rest of our team will be there to guide and support you throughout your post-surgery care. We will schedule follow-up appointments to assess your recovery and results.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does an arm lift last?
If you gain weight after your surgery the arm fat can recur.
How much does an arm lift cost in New York?
An arm lift in New York at Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery costs between $7,000 and $12,000.
How painful is an arm lift?
As with all surgeries, you may experience some discomfort after the procedure. Dr. Stein will prescribe you pain medication so you are as comfortable as possible.
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Persistent in the Pursuit of Perfection
For years, Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery has been persistent in our search for perfection as the best plastic surgeons in New York. We bring evolution, experience, expertise, and uniqueness to our brachioplasty in our Manhattan office. The goal of Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery is to help patients to actualize their ideal self-image for the highest level of personal authenticity and attractiveness possible. Our surgeons couple an attentive bedside manner with genuine concern for their patients’ welfare to deliver the best arm lift results possible.
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