Arm Liposuction

Liposuction Arms


The procedure can be performed on both men and women who are in good health. However, they might still have localized fat deposits under their arms. Your arm liposuction will address both arms. In the arm Liposuction Center, we perform only upper arm liposuction and not on the forearms. Our experienced doctors are trained to remove fat with a natural look. Most women naturally have some fat under their arms, so that should not be removed.

Local anesthesia will be administered, however, you will remain awake and numb. A few tiny incisions will be made to allow the cannula through, then the fat will be liquefied and suctioned out. The scars are usually very small and disappear over time. For an even slimmer and more proportionate upper body, back liposuction can be combined with arm liposuction.


Is Arms Liposuction Worth It?

Despite the fact that arm liposuction has many practices in practice, they both entail a surgeon helping you strengthen the outer and inner portions of your upper arm.
The surgeon reduces fat volume by sucking away fat. The surgeon removes excess fat and stimulates the skin’s tightening. A good elasticity results in a smooth contour.

The SmartLipo procedure may be performed alone or in conjunction with other forms of arm liposuction. It uses laser light to liquefy fats and tighten skin. The fat is extracted by a specialist who melts the fat using a laser.


If performed by an experienced, qualified surgeon, liposuction can be considered safe. While arm liposuction has risks, it is much less invasive than other types of surgery. Liposuction only removes fat beneath the skin; it does not reach deep within the body. In the office, Dr. will assess your health and evaluate the size of your arms in order to determine whether liposuction is the best option to reduce the size of your arms.


Is My Arms Liposuction Permanent?

After arm liposuction, you no longer have fat cells. If you gain weight, you will create new fat cells. This will eventually cause the fat to enlarge and grow again under the arms.
Maintaining your new arm shape after surgery is possible by living a healthy lifestyle that includes plenty of protein, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat milk products. Keep active. You can lose fat by liposuction but you need to exercise regularly.


How long does it take to be fully healed?

After arm liposuction, patients often have soreness in their arms. Patients are advised to wear compression sleeves for as long as four weeks. It is recommended that the arms rest for four to five days after the procedure. Liposuction is a very safe procedure because the incision is so small and most patients recover completely by 4 weeks.


How much does Arms Liposuction cost you?

According to American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) statistics, the average cost of arm liposuction in 2020 was $3,637. However, operating room facilities, anesthesia, and other costs are not included in this average cost.


What are the possible risks of the procedure?

The risks of infection are always present with any surgical procedure. At our facility, the infection rate is less than 1%. A few contour irregularities may arise. We strive to deliver consistent results and natural-looking results.