Arm Lift – Arm lift or brachioplasty, is used to remove excess skin and fat from underneath the arms. In certain cases, liposuction is used to remove fat before excess skin is cut out. People who have sagging or drooping skin on the upper arms due to weight loss, aging, or genetics are good candidates for arm lift surgery. After brachioplasty, the arms appear significantly more trim, firm, and smooth.

Buttock Lift – A buttock lift is a surgical procedure intended to tighten and lift the skin of the buttocks. During this operation elliptical segments of skin and underlying fat are removed from the buttock area. Any remaining skin and tissue is reconstructed to achieve a tightening and smoothing effect. The operation is designed to improve skin and underlying tissues that becomes loose and flabby, whether as a result of massive weight loss, natural aging, or heredity. Although the operation is often combined with liposuction, it is aimed primarily at the tightening of skin and deep tissue. As with liposuction, it is not a correction for obesity, and patients should be at normal or near-normal weight before surgery.

Thigh Lift – A thigh lift is a surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the inner or outer thighs. The procedure can dramatically reduce the appearance of enlarged thighs. But bear in mind, it does produce a permanent scar, which, depending on the extent of the original problem and the surgery required to correct it, can extend all the way around the upper leg extremity.