Following weight reduction surgery, or any substantial amount of weight loss, the skin and tissues often lack elasticity and cannot conform to the reduced body size. As a result, skin that has been severely stretched now is unsupported:

Facial skin may loosen in the cheeks and/or neck => Face/Neck Lift (Rhytidectomy)

Upper arms may sag and appear loose and full => Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)

Breasts may flatten and hang with nipples pointed downward => Breast Lift (Mastopexy)

Abdominal area may extend around the sides and into the lower back area, resulting in an apron-like overhang => “Tummy Tuck” (Abdominoplasty)

Buttocks, groin and thighs can sag and cause hanging pockets of skin => Buttock or Brazilian Gluteal Lift

Inner thighs may sag, creating skin irritation => Medial Thigh Lift