Virtually any plastic surgery option may be used in body contouring after weight loss procedures. Here are just a few of the most common, and feel free to browse through the rest of our website for other options that may suit your expectations.
Liposuction can be performed on virtually any area of the body to eliminate fat pockets and provide a more contoured appearance. This procedure is an ideal option for weight-loss patients who want to get rid of smaller areas of fat that are difficult to target with diet and exercise.
An abdominoplasty, or “tummy tuck,” works to correct loose, overhanging skin on one of the most visible body areas: the midsection. A tummy tuck removes excess fat and skin while tightening the abdominal muscles and making the stomach area appear taut and fit.
Pregnancy, childbirth, and nursing can be a stressful process that takes its toll on a woman’s body. A mommy makeover revitalizes a woman’s confidence in her post-baby body with abdominoplasty (or tummy tuck), breast enhancement (including augmentation or breast lift), and liposuction.
An upper arm lift, also known as a brachioplasty, is a body contouring procedure that eliminates loose skin and fat in the upper arms. Brachioplasty may involve the removal of excess skin and fatty tissue from the upper arms in addition to liposuction surgery to create a beautifully slim silhouette.
A butt lift is an excellent treatment for patients with flat, drooping, or sagging buttocks. During this surgery, Dr. Barone removes excess skin from the buttocks. She may also use liposuction to create extra contouring, as well as fat transfer to add volume and a round appearance to the bottom.
A thigh lift (thighplasty) can help patients with sagging skin or extra fat deposits in their upper legs achieve the tight, firm appearance they have dreamed about. During thighplasty, Dr. Barone can remove excess skin and fat tissue to create a slimmer, more toned shape for your legs.
Full Body Lift
A full body lift can combine multiple procedures simultaneously, saving time and reducing the number of times a patient undergoes anesthesia. This extensive procedure can create an overall firmer, younger look, and can be customized to meet each patient’s specific needs and goals.
Post Bariatric Surgery
After substantial weight loss, remaining excess skin can continue to be an issue, sometimes causing skin infection, improper fitting of clothing, and even depression. Post-bariatric body contouring surgery can remove this skin, leaving behind the smooth, sleek body attained through weight loss.