Total Body Lift Pictures in Newport Beach,

Orange County


Total Body Lift Patient 12 in Newport Beach

This is a 48 year old female presented to Dr. Siamak Agha for a Total Body Lift after losing 100 pounds through laproscopic gastric bypass surgery. She weighed 210 pounds prior to her body contouring surgery. The patient underwent a two-stage Total Body Lift, with each stage of surgery being 7 to 8 hours and involving multiple procedures. Depending on the patients desire, one stage will focus on the lower body and another stage the upper body.

During the patients first stage of surgery, she underwent thigh liposuction, L-brachioplasty (arm lift), short bra-line upper body lift, and dermal-bra suspension breast lift using the patients chest and back tissue to augment the breasts. This approach treats the breasts and the upper body laxity in unison.

The second stage included a lower body lift in which through the circumferential abdominoplasty incisions, the excess lower back, waist, upper thigh, and abdominal tissues are excised. Dr. Agha combined this lower body lift technique with buttock reshaping and augmentation to lift the buttock region and enhance the buttock projection and shape. During the second stage, this patient also underwent a Spiral thigh lift, and crescent upper body lift.

Post-operative pictures are taken at 6 months after her total body lift procedure.

Judge with a Critical Eye

When considering plastic surgery after weight loss or extreme body contouring, body lift before and after photos can say a thousand words. Look at before and after galleries with a critical eye. They can give you a good idea of the possible results and offer a preliminary indicator of a surgeon's experience and skill level. On Dr. Agha’s extensive gallery of total body lift and lower body lift pictures, look at the quality of scars, scar placement in relation to bikini or underwear, symmetry of our scars, and before and after photos from multiple angles to show symmetry of results. However, as you can appreciate, individual results may vary from one patient to another.