A tummy tuck, or an abdominoplasty, tightens the skin, as well as the muscles of the abdomen to restore the tight and youthful appearance lost after weight loss. The best candidates for abdominoplasty are men who have a flabby abdomen. There are not only excess fatty deposits but also excess loose, even hanging, skin. Removal of excess skin and fat from the abdomen and tightening the muscles of the abdominal wall can dramatically reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen, remove excess bulk, and recreate a waistline that has otherwise been stretched over time. The results can significantly enhance your appearance and self-confidence.
The combined effects of aging, gravity, fluctuations in weight, and a loss of skin elasticity all contribute to loss of tone in the thighs as we age. A thigh lift removes skin and fat from the thighs to tighten the skin and improve the contour of the legs. The result can be a reduced circumference and more appearance of the critical thigh area.
One of the reasons loose, flabby upper arm skin occurs, comes from a stretching of the anchoring system of the arm and loss of supporting fat that occurs with age or with dramatic weight loss including bariatric surgery. Skin stretches to accommodate the fat cells and once they are gone, the skin can only shrink so much in size. The end result in either case can be an undesirable “loose hammock”. An arm lift, also known as brachioplasty or an upper arm lift, may improve these aging or weight loss effects by removing loose skin and excess fat deposits and reducing its the arm circumference.
Sweat Gland Ablation
Self-conscious over underarm sweating?
Current procedures to treat excessive sweating include invasive and noninvasive treatments, ranging from RF devices to Botox to targeted laser energy devices. Many patients seeking the short-term results provided by Botox are unaware of the maintenance costs associated with this procedure. Laser energy devices offer longer lasting results with limited downtime. The PrecisionTx laser technology at Atlanta Face and Body center, coagulates and ablates soft tissue of the axillary glands to help treat Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating.