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Reshape and Restore solves the problem of sagging skin on the upper arms with an arm lift at the Bromsgrove clinic.

This straightforward cosmetic procedure will give your arms a slimmer and more youthful look, giving you the confidence to show off your arms and shoulders. The arm lift is one of the most frequently performed procedures at our highly-rated cosmetic surgery clinic in Bromsgrove.

Our surgical team offers a range of other cosmetic procedures, including breast enlargement, breast reduction surgery, thigh lift, rhinoplasty and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck).

Why not book an initial consultation with a Reshape and Restore team member at the Bromsgrove clinic to discuss your options?



Why is sagging skin on the upper arms so common?

Arm Lift BromsgroveSkin loses elasticity with age, and muscles lose their bulk and tone. The consequences of these changes often affect the underside of the upper arms in early middle age.

Resistance training focused on the upper arm muscles combined with a careful diet may improve the area’s appearance, but it won’t solve the problem of loose skin.

The underarms can become saggy in younger people after weight loss treatments or a change in diet and exercise.


Skin that has been overstretched while the patient is overweight won’t simply snap back into place. Lax skin can be significant after extreme weight loss and distressing for younger patients.


Surgery to lift and reduce the upper arm

Plastic surgery to improve the appearance of the upper arm requires an incision from the underarm to the elbow.

Surgeons work through this incision to remove excess fat and remodel the remaining tissue to give the arm a more sculpted appearance. Liposuction may be used if your surgeon has to remove a large amount of fat.

The overstretched skin is trimmed away to make the skin tauter, and the wound is closed using sutures.

Our theatre teams use the exceptional facilities the prestigious Burcot Hall Hospital in Bromsgrove provides.


The recovery period after an upper arm reduction

As with every surgical procedure, some swelling and bruising will occur after your arm surgery. Most patients find that simple pain relief is sufficient for this discomfort.

The swelling will subside more quickly if you keep your arms elevated as much as possible. Many patients find that using a pillow to raise their arms while sleeping for a couple of weeks is a great help.

We take patient care after surgery very seriously, and your progress will be closely monitored by regular follow-up appointments with your plastic surgeon at the Bromsgrove clinic.

Your plastic surgeon will place the surgical incisions so discreetly that, once they have faded, there will be little evidence that you have ever had surgery – apart from more toned, slimmer upper arms.


Next Steps

If you are wondering whether an upper arm reduction is right for you, why not book a consultation with one of our plastic surgeons?

An initial consultation allows you to discuss your concerns with one of our experienced and empathetic surgeons.

An arm lift may be the right procedure for you if your negative feelings about your upper arms are affecting your quality of life. However, other solutions or procedures may boost your self-esteem even further.

We offer a range of cosmetic procedures and always deliver consistently excellent results.



The cost of arm lift surgery in Bromsgrove

The cost of an arm lift starts at £5500. However, the price may vary due to each patient’s individual needs.

The use of liposuction during your procedure may also affect the price.


How to find Reshape and Restore Bromsgrove

The clinic is located in the Burcot Hall Hospital, which offers premium healthcare in a unique setting outside Bromsgrove.

Bromsgrove is in Worcestershire, about a half-hour drive from Birmingham.

Our Address

Reshape and Restore Cosmetic Surgery Clinic
Burcot Hall Hospital
Stoney Lane~Bromsgrove
B60 1LY

Tel 0117 321 4534



Directions to the Reshape and Restore Clinic from Bromsgrove

Head north-east on Market St/A448 towards Mill Lane

Turn right onto The Strand/A448

Continue to follow A448

At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Regents Park Road

At the roundabout, take the 1st exit and stay on Regents Park Road

Continue onto Alcester Road

Turn left onto Tutnall Lane

Continue onto Stoney Lane

The Reshape and Restore Clinic will be on the right