Excess fat and skin can develop as a natural part of ageing, following pregnancy, or, most commonly, as the result of excessive weight loss.
What is a body lift?
A body lift doesn’t refer to a single procedure, but instead a combination of procedures, which work to slim, contour and tone the body shape. This combination will vary from case-to-case depending on the patient’s and desired results. An upper body lift can help to address back rolls and sagging underarms, where a lower body lift will help to recover the contour of your waistline, hips and buttocks.
A body lift may include the following procedures:
- Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
- Thigh lift
- Arm lift
- Lower body and buttock lift
- Upper body and back lift
For further information on this procedure and to find out which combination treatment is right for you, download our comprehensive body contouring guide.
Who can get a body lift?
The ideal candidate for a body lift treatment plan, offered at our North Shore, Norwest, Westmead and Central Coast clinic locations, is someone who has a good level of health and suffers from loose, excess fat and skin.
For suitable patients, undergoing a body lift can help restore a more appealing body contour and promote better health.