The arms and thighs lifthypertrophy. is a procedure to redrape the arms and thighs skin, stretched following weight loss or severe skin sagging.
The skin of the inside arm is exceedingly « stressed » during movements and repeated weight loss, which explains why the number of skin ptosis (not requiring isolated aspiration) exceeds that of simple fat.
When the skin slackens in this area, an isolated lipoaspiration is not sufficient, and only a tightening of the skin is likely to correct the problem: this is the brachial lifting or inner arm lift.
The same goes for the inner thighs which can be tightened by a thigh lift.
These lesions do not justify a reimbursement of costs by the national health insurance, with the exception of obesity after-effects (bariatric surgery) which can, in certain conditions, be covered by the national health insurance.