ARE YOU WILLING TO DEAL?
There is one key rule to know before undergoing the contouring surgery: excess skin cannot be removed without having scars left behind.
The scars can be long and permanent. They might fade with time and become less prominent, but they will always be there. However, the appearance of the scar is directly linked to your body’s healing process and so varies from person to person. Some people have long, thick scars whereas others are left with small ones. The surgeon will be able to predict the type of scar you might get by taking into consideration factors like your skin type and previous scars that you might have. During the procedure, scars are usually left in unnoticeable places such as the waistline and can be concealed with clothing. However, while undergoing procedures like the arm lift, also known as brachioplasty, the scars are visible. Ask yourself if you are willing to have scars instead of loose skin. If your answer is yes, undergoing the surgery will give you satisfying results.