An Arm Lift, also referred to as a brachioplasty, is a surgical procedure which can create a more defined and firmer looking upper arm by removing excess skin and fat. Weight fluctuations, the natural ageing process and even genetics can result in a tendency to form loose saggy skin on the upper arms. For many people exercise and diet alone cannot tone and tighten this ‘bat wing’ appearance due to irreversible skin laxity and the excess stubborn fat that still remains.
An Arm Lift may:
• Remove excess skin and fat from the upper arms
• Rejuvenate and tighten skin of the upper arms
• Restore upper arm contours
• Create more defined and leaner looking arms
The base fee for a Arm Lift is $8,990. This includes:
- All your surgical, theatre, and anaesthesia fees (general anaesthetic administered by an ANZCA- qualified anaesthetist)
- Scheduled follow-up visits after surgery
- Comprehensive consultation with your surgeon.
- Should an additional stay be required in the hospital, there will be further costs incurred.
The final quote will be provided once you have attended an in-clinic consultation and your surgeon has conducted a physical exam and created your individualised operative plan.
Outside of your surgical and consultation costs, you will need to consider approximately $50 for your post-operative medications and approximately $100 for your post-operative garment. Our low fee does not imply a reduced level of service or result. In fact, exceptionally high standards of patient care and clinical outcomes are the cornerstone of our business.
With us you’re able to develop a payment plan and this can be discussed with our consultants at the time of your appointment.
Every year thousands of women undergo successful cosmetic surgery and are happy with the outcomes. However as with any surgery you should be aware of potential risks. These will be fully discussed with you. It’s important that you address all your questions with your surgeon.
The information on our website is general in nature. It will not apply to each and every patient and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice.
We advise you to speak to a consultant and see a surgeon in-person to assess what surgery is most suitable for you. Plastic and cosmetic surgery results can vary significantly between patients and all surgery carries risks, some minor some serious. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.