Body Lift: More than a Tummy Tuck
01 May 2018 Body Lift: More than a Tummy Tuck
Neaman Plastic Surgery is committed to making sure all patients are as informed as possible about different procedures. Body lift and tummy tuck are probably two of the most misunderstood operations simply because they are somewhat similar, but definitely, have stark differences. Primarily, a body lift is more inclusive than a tummy tuck, and the operation is most relevant for individuals who have experienced drastic bodily changes.
What is a Body Lift?
A body lift is a combination of procedures that restore saggy, loose skin on various parts of the body. Of course, the selection of the procedures will depend significantly on the patient and their overall goals. Common procedures included in a body lift are:
• Tummy tuck
• Butt Lift
• Thigh Lift
• Arm Lift
What is a Tummy Tuck?
A tummy tuck focuses only on the abdomen to restore tighter skin that is saggy or loose. While this may be part of a body lift, it is not a satisfactory option for individuals who have saggy skin at various locations of their body. Consider a tummy tuck as part of a body lift rather than a comparison procedure.
Who Should Get a Body Lift?
There are a variety of patients that may benefit from a body lift. Individuals who have experienced drastic changes in weight due to weightless surgery, natural weight loss, or pregnancy may be a candidate for a body lift A thorough examination with a plastic surgeon will identify which procedures are right for you.
Consultation for a Body Lift with Dr. Keith Neaman and Dr. Dustin Christiansen
Do you think you could be a good candidate for a body lift? Dr. Keith Neaman and Dr. Dustin Christiansen are board-certified plastic surgeons at Neaman Plastic Surgery with years of experience delivering excellent results to patients. If you would like to learn more about the body lift and whether or not this is the procedure for you, then please contact our office at (844) 338-5445 for a consultation. Neaman Plastic Surgery is dedicated to providing each patient with all the necessary information to make the best choices for your body.