Pregnancy, weight gain and loss can leave a tummy, arms, buttocks and legs with loose skin that is stretched & scarred. Both men & women can have regions of fat that are resistant to exercise and diet. Through a combination of liposuction and excess skin removal these areas can be targeted to contour your body to your desired shape.
Tummy tuck surgery (abdominoplasty) removes excess fat and skin to flatten and shape the tummy.
Lower body lift surgery (similar to a belt lipectomy) removes excess fat and skin to circumferentially tighten and shape the abdomen, buttocks and sometimes the upper thighs.
Arm lift surgery (brachioplasty) removes excess fat and skin to tighten and shape the arm between the arm pit and the elbow.
Body contouring surgery is made up from a number of surgical procedures that remove excess and sagging skin and fat to improve body shape.
Thigh lift surgery removes excess fat and skin to tighten and shape of the thigh between the groin and the knee.
There are a number of hand conditions that can be remedied by surgery. Hand surgery aims to restore function and/or alleviate pain.
Skin cancers are common problems for people who have had significant sun exposure, sun burns, have a fair complexion, or who have lived an outdoor life either working or during their leisure time.
Scar revision aims to minimise the appearance of a scar so it is less obvious. Scar revisions may aim to change the colour, texture, shape, sensation or firmness of a scar.
Tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) rejuvenates the abdominal area that is commonly stretched or scarred from pregnancy and weight changes. Abdominoplasty can be combined with other cosmetic surgery, such as breast enlargement or reduction. Significant weight loss can leave other areas with excess skin, such as arms, thighs and buttocks.
Specific plastic and cosmetic surgery techniques have been developed to address these areas and include the arm lift, thigh lift and lower body lift. In combination these are powerful body contouring techniques.