Rosenthal Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery
9868 S State Road 7 Suite 330
Boynton Beach, FL 33472
Phone: (561) 880-8866
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.
Aside from the face, the arms are one of the most exposed areas where signs of aging are visible. An arm lift can produce firm, contoured arms that enhance your figure and your self-confidence. Rosenthal Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery offers brachioplasty services to residents of Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Wellington, FL.
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What Is an Arm Lift?
Brachioplasty, often referred to as an arm lift, is a cosmetic procedure that eliminates excess fat and sagging skin from the upper arms to produce a slimmer, more contoured appearance. Unlike the rest of the body, the upper arms are often exposed, especially in warm weather. Since they are prone to developing loose, sagging skin, the arms are commonly an area of concern. You may choose to have an arm lift to achieve a more toned appearance in the arms, which helps to complement the rest of the figure.
Our board-certified plastic surgeons have exceptional skill, experience, and expertise, in addition to a down-to-earth demeanor and genuine desire to help you feel more confident. They specialize in facial rejuvenation, breast enhancement, and body contouring procedures for women and men of all ages.Andrew H. Rosenthal, MD Michael Plastini, MD
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How Much Does an Arm Lift Cost in Boynton Beach?
The cost of a brachioplasty will vary based on your unique needs and treatment goals. During your consultation, we take many things into consideration to design a personalized treatment plan that will optimize your results and treatment experience. Once this treatment plan is determined, we will be able to provide you with a clear breakdown of the costs associated with your brachioplasty treatment. At our practice, the cost of an arm lift ranges from $9,791 to $11,541.* We work with various companies that specialize in financing cosmetic surgery, including CareCredit®, PatientFi®, and Yes Doctor.
What Can I Expect During an Arm Lift Procedure?
Before a brachioplasty procedure, we will use anesthesia to ensure that you remain safe and comfortable throughout your treatment. Then, an incision will be made that runs between the elbow and the armpit, along the inside of the arm. The length of this incision will depend on the extent of surgery necessary to deliver your desired results. Through the incision, we will remove excess fat and skin to produce the desired results. Then, the incisions are sealed and the treatment is complete.
What Kind of Results Can I Expect From an Arm Lift?
After an arm lift, you should notice their results immediately. The results from a brachioplasty can last for years, but the treatment cannot prevent changes from developing in the future due to changes in weight. We encourage you to maintain a healthy diet and exercise habits to help your results last as long as possible.
What Happens During Arm Lift Recovery?
Due to the invasive nature of a brachioplasty, you will likely have to take time away from work and other activities to recover, especially those that involve heavy lifting. You may experience swelling, bruising, and other side effects for a few weeks before the full results of your treatment are noticeable. Dr. Rosenthal and Dr. Plastini will inform you how to care for yourself during healing, which may include important instructions regarding hygiene, diet, and daily activities.
If you are considering an arm lift at Rosenthal Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery, contact us today to schedule a consultation and get started. We are proud to offer this and other body sculpting treatments to men and women living in Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Wellington, and the nearby Florida communities.
*Because we customize each procedure based on the individual patient’s needs, these are estimated prices. Average fees for the OR and anesthesia as well as breast implants are INCLUDED where applicable. Compression garments, pre-op workups, and lab work may be separate costs.