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Loose skin on the upper arms can affect your self-confidence but the aesthetic surgeons at Reshape and Restore have a solution with an arm lift at our Worcester clinic.

Saggy arms or ‘bingo wings’, often with disfiguring stretch marks, are a common but annoying problem that often appears in women in middle age or after weight loss as muscles slacken and the skin loses firmness.

Arm lift surgery will recontour your upper arm by removing over-stretched, sagging skin to create a more toned appearance.

The Reshape and Restore Cosmetic Surgery Clinic in Worcester offers a comprehensive range of cosmetic procedures as well as the arm lift.

Other frequently requested surgeries include the breast lift and tummy tuck.



Am I a good candidate for upper-arm plastic surgery in Worcester?

If your self-esteem is affected by the appearance of your upper arms, then you are a good candidate for this cosmetic procedure.

An arm lift will recontour your arms, restoring a tauter and more slender profile. After arm lift surgery, you will no longer feel embarrassed by your upper arms and will be able to wear anything you like. Many women patients feel confident enough to wear sleeveless tops for the first time in years.

Before you decide on an arm lift, why not have a consultation with one of our plastic surgery team?

They will assess your arms and give you an honest appraisal of the results that could be achieved for you with plastic surgery.


What happens during upper arm reduction surgery?

Arm Lift WorcesterYour plastic surgeon will make an incision from your armpit to your elbow on the underside of your upper arms.

Fat and unwanted tissue will be removed through the incisions, and loose skin will be trimmed away before the wound is closed with stitches.

Scarring will be minimal due to the position of the incision.

The procedure will take place under general anaesthetic and an overnight stay in hospital will be required.


Arm lift with liposuction in Worcester 

Your surgeon may decide to use liposuction during your arm lift surgery.

This procedure is particularly useful when there is a large amount of fat to remove.


Why should I choose the Reshape and Restore clinic in Worcester for my arm lift?

You are in safe hands when you come to the Reshape and Restore clinic in Worcester.

Our founders, Mr Khan and Mr Chapman, are highly regarded plastic surgeons whose expertise brings world-class plastic surgery to the Worcestershire area.

Both men take time to explain every aspect of the arm lift procedure and recovery and to answer all your questions before you commit to surgery.



How much does arm lift surgery cost in Worcester?

The cost of an arm lift at Reshape and Restore clinic in Worcester begins at £5500.

However, as your treatment will be tailored to your individual requirements, it is not possible to give a fixed price until after your initial consultation with our surgeons at the clinic.

The inclusion of liposuction in procedures may have further cost implications.



About Worcester

Worcester is a popular tourist destination, with visitors drawn to its beautiful location on the River Severn and its medieval architecture, including Worcester Cathedral, which was built in the twelfth century.


How to find the Reshape and Restore Clinic at the Spire South Bank Clinic in Worcester

Our clinic is based in the Spire South Brook Hospital in Worcester.



Spire South Bank Hospital
139 Bath Rd
Worcester WR5 3YB

Tel: 07716 860 652


Directions to Reshape and Restore Worcester Clinic

From M5 motorway

Exit at junction 7 for Worcester. At the top of the slip road, take the exit onto the A44, signposted Worcester. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Crookbarrow Way – A4440 (signposted Worcester West, Malvern, Leominster). Continue straight across the roundabout on the A4440, and at the next roundabout, turn right following the signs for Worcester City Centre A38. Continue straight across the next roundabout. The hospital is approximately two miles on the right.

By train

Take the train to either Worcester Shrub Hill station or Worcester Foregate Street station. Both stations are approximately two miles from Spire South Bank Hospital (10 minutes by taxi).

By public transport

There is a bus stop a few yards from the hospital’s entrance, serviced by numbers 32, 372, 382, 582.


Unlimited free parking is available at Spire South Bank Hospital.

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