Brachiaplasty New Jersey

If you want to improve the look and feel of your arms, brachiaplasty can be an excellent option for you to consider. Your arms can be an important part of the image that you present to the world, whether in a sleeve.


If you want to improve the look and feel of your arms, brachiaplasty can be an excellent option for you to consider. Your arms can be an important part of the image that you present to the world, whether in a sleeveless tank or a strapless dress.

You can change the way that you feel about your body and your self-presentation with a more slender, toned arm profile. Whether you’ve always wanted to make a change to your arms or if you’re just addressing some age-related changes, Dr. Parakh’s brachiaplasty, or arm lift, procedure can help you achieve the look you desire.

Brachiaplasty, an arm lift or reduction, is designed to remove excess fat or loose skin from your upper arm area. The procedure is personally crafted for your body to improve the aesthetics of the shape, contours and size of your upper arm area. For many people who have lost a significant amount of weight, loose upper arm skin can remain and cause a loss of confidence or discomfort with wearing clothing that can show off your new body.

Dr. Parakh understands how important how important it can be to address problem areas in order to present your best self to the world with full confidence. A consultation with Dr. Parakh can help you to understand how Brachiaplasty can work to help you achieve your goals.

What Can Brachiaplasty Do For You?

Many women have worked hard to achieve their weight loss goals. Nevertheless, even after shedding pounds, loose skin can remain behind, especially in areas like the upper arms. Sometimes, this loose skin can also make it difficult to find shirts and other clothing that properly fit both your chest and your arms.

Brachiaplasty can also work to reduce excess fat that can accumulate in areas like the upper arms with age. When you’re generally happy with your body size and shape but want to change the look of your arms, brachiaplasty could also be an option for you.

Arm lift procedures are one of the procedures that can most effectively reduce the appearance of aging. In addition to removing excess skin and fat, a brachiaplasty procedure can help to improve the shape of the underlying support tissue and restore a smoother contour to the skin. This procedure can be an excellent choice for healthy people not planning future serious weight loss, at any age in life.

What Can You Learn During A Brachiaplasty Consultation?

Dr. Parakh can present the possibilities of a brachiaplasty procedure in a specialized consultation. You can present your reasons for the procedure and what you would like to achieve. Whether you’re avidly looking forward or have some nervousness and trepidation, Dr. Parakh can provide the information you need and help you to think about your goals.

Dr. Parakh will present realistic outcomes for the procedure by using computer imaging procedures to show you how you could look after the procedure. Dr. Parakh can make recommendations about the type of procedure that could work for you and provide examples of outcomes for people in similar situations. Dr. Parakh will also provide a thorough overview of expectations, risk and recovery time for the procedure.

You can make a plan for brachiaplasty at the consultation and even choose to schedule a future date for the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions About Brachiaplasty

In general, brachiaplasty is performed under general anesthesia. Depending on your choices and the advice of Dr. Parakh, the procedure can be performed in several ways. An incision is made on the lower side of the arm, and the procedure may require a longer or shorter incision, depending on the location of excess fat or tissue. This incision can often be concealed in a natural crease of the arm.
Brachiaplasty is a permanent cosmetic procedure that will change the appearance and tone of your upper arms. As long as you maintain a relatively stable weight, the results of your brachiaplasty are long-lasting. This procedure should be performed when you are at or within 20 pounds of your ideal weight or the weight which you intend to maintain to avoid disruption caused by major weight gain or loss.
After a brachiaplasty, you are likely to experience some discomfort, swelling and pain. These symptoms should subside in the first two to three weeks following the procedure. Scars will also soften and then fade in the months after your procedure. You should be able to resume your daily routine, including working, within two weeks, but it is best to wait four to six weeks to resume any strenuous exercise.

Request A Consultation With Dr. Parakh

Dr. Parakh maintains a professional affiliation with Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, NJ and HUMC Pascack Valley Hospital in Westwood, NJ for the benefit of her patients. Dr. Parakh performs procedures and holds private consultations daily for her patients, who travel to her from across the United States and around the world. You are invited to call our office to schedule an appointment for an initial brachiaplasty consultation with Dr. Parakh.