With the growing popularity of bariatric, or gastric bypass, surgery as a treatment for obesity, body contouring after significant weight loss is becoming more popular.
By applying the latest techniques in body sculpting individualized to each patient’s specific needs and priorities, Dr. Hill can help you realize the new shape that is hidden beneath the excess skin that remains after your goal weight has been achieved.
Breast ptosis, or droopiness, as well as a loss of breast volume (See Mastopexy) For women, mastopexy (breast lift surgery) is a procedure to lift the breasts and may be performed with or without the addition of breast implants to improve shape, fullness and cleavage. For men, several breast reduction techniques are available, depending on the degree of correction required.
Excess abdominal skin and a laxity of the muscles of the abdominal wall (sometimes with an accompanying hernia) (See Tummy Tuck and Lower Body Lift) Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck surgery) or a lower body lift procedure can contour the abdomen, hips, outer and posterior thighs and buttocks.
Hanging skin under the arm Brachioplasty (arm lift surgery) is a technique to lift and tighten the skin of the arm.
Wrinkling and excessive bagginess of the thighs A medial thigh lift can lift the inner thighs, whereas a lower body lift addresses the outer and posterior portions of the thighs.