Body Contouring

Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)

An abdominoplasty, commonly known as tummy tuck, is a procedure performed on both men and women that involves removing excess fat and loose or sagging skin from the lower and central abdomen. The goal of abdominoplasty is to create a firmer, flatter abdomen and a tighter silhouette. It is...

Brachioplasty (Arm Lift)

An arm lift is popular procedure that typically involves using a combination of liposuction and surgery to remove excess fat and loose skin and restore a firm, toned, youthful appearance to the upper arms.

This area of the body can be...

Body Contouring (after Massive Weight Loss)

Body contouring is a combination of procedures that is done after significant weight loss or weight reduction surgery to correct bulging, loose, or sagging fat and skin. Body contouring aims to smooth and tighten underlying supportive structures in areas such as the abdomen, buttock, thighs,...


Liposuction involves suctioning-out stubborn, excess fat deposits through a small tube. Removing those unwanted lumps and bumps that resist diet and exercise provide you a sleeker silhouette. Common areas for liposuction in women are the neck, upper arms, hips, buttocks, abdomen, and thighs. In...

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