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Flabby Armlift?

I had my full armlift July 2012, and each week as I was healing, I keep expecting the 'flabbiness' to go down, and that hasn't really happened. I realize my arms are much less flabby than when I started from -- but 8 weeks out, and i thought they would look more toned and at least tighter?? What do you think?

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Arm before surgery (july 2012)


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Arm after - front (Aug 30)

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Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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August 31, 2012 3:26 AM

I agree with you that it appears as a VERY conservative excision/lifting. Either have a face to face discussion with the surgeon or seek in person second opinions. Sorry for your issues. (more)
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