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Brachioplasty (Arm Reduction) - Coastal Plastic Surgery
Brachioplasty (Arm Reduction)
Genetics, age or excessive weight loss can cause the skin to lose thickness, elasticity and adherence to underlying tissue.
Brachioplasty (Arm Reduction) is a procedure to reshape the upper arm by reducing excess skin and fat. The result is a better proportioned and contoured upper arm.
As with all Body Contouring Surgery, Brachioplasty is not an alternative to...
Arm fat reduction Liposuction, Arm Lift Surgery, lose ...
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Arm Lift or Liposuction?
A recent survey found that�56% women would trade in every single pair of�designer shoes they own to have perfect arms. But, while a staggering 3/4 of us apparently dislike the area, there's no need to stick those heels on eBay quite yet...
Looking at the end results�above, can you tell which patient...
Back Fat And Bingo Wing Treatment | Harley Street Skin Clinic
*Disclaimer: Please note that treatment results may vary from individual to individual.
When your body has more calories than it needs, it converts these calories into fat. For a lot of women, that fat tends to accumulate around the armpits, back and upper arms, as well as the midriff and thighs.
Extra fat under your arms and on your back can make you feel uncomfortable with and without...
Body Contouring - Safer Cosmetic Surgery
Body contouring attempts to restore a more youthful profile to your abdomen, waistline, arms and legs that may have been lost by pregnancy, weight loss and the aging process and includes a variety of procedures.
If your skin still retains its elasticity, simpler procedures using liposuction or liposculpture can be used. However, in cases where your skin has lost its elasticity, surgery will probably be needed to give you the type of improvement you seek. Body contouring procedures may also be combined with non-surgical techniques that can improve circulation and accelerate healing....
Date: 2018-03-23 19:57:42
Biceps Tendon Rupture | ShoulderDoc by Prof. Lennard Funk
Biceps Tendon Rupture
Biceps Tendon Rupture
The biceps muscle is the large muscle in the front of your upper arm. It is the muscle most flexed by strongmen in demonstrating their muscles. The biceps is attached at the top in the shoulder and then below the elbow into the radius bone by a strong tendon .
This strong tendon at the elbow can rupture with a very strong contraction of the biceps...