Arm Lift in New Orleans, LA

A difficult side effect when getting older or losing weight is the appearance of excess skin. Dr. Jules Walters offers upper arm lift surgery (also called a brachioplasty) as a procedure for people who cannot manage to tone or tighten the arm with natural methods. Excess skin from the elbow to the shoulder is very typical, particularly for people who are getting older or have lost significant amounts of weight. Dr. Jules Walters, a New Orleans, LA plastic surgeon, is very knowledgeable in fat removal and skin tightening surgical techniques. If you want to hear more information about how a brachioplasty can alter the contour of your upper arms, please contact us for an appointment at our New Orleans or Metairie, LA practice today. 

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Flabby skin around the upper arms can be upsetting, especially if you have worked hard to lose weight or attempted to tone up with exercise. Dr. Walters performs brachioplasty to assist patients in achieving their sought-after look. Aesthetic and practical benefits of arm lift surgery include:

  • Tightening and toning the arms
  • Removing loose, excess skin
  • Enhancing mobility and range of motion
  • Smoothing the skin under the arms
  • Improving comfort by reducing rubbing and chafing
  • Preventing irritation like skin rashes
  • Providing results that are dramatic and long-lasting
  • Empowering you to wear more types of clothing

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Dr. Walters Is The Creme De La Creme - I had a Mommy Makeover (extended tummy tuck and breast lift w/ fat transfer) with Dr. Jules Walters on October 24, 2018. Dr. Walters has truly been an amazing doctor. He’s patient, kind, listens to your questions and concerns and gives you his honest, professional opinion on what he thinks will give you the best outcome and most satisfying results for you personally. I am 2 weeks out from s...


I am extremely pleased with my experience. Dr. Walters is professional, talented, and honest. All of the staff members I encountered in the office were also very kind. I went to Dr. Walters for a breast augmentation and couldn’t be happier with my result. I highly recommend choosing him if you’re interested in this procedure. His passion to help his patients glow with confidence and his drive for perfection shows in his work.


Excellence in all! - I truly had the best experience and results I could hope for from Dr. Walters! My new reconstructed breast almost matched the first go-around, which is difficult to achieve. I had a DIEP flap with an easy to hide abdominal scar. Not all surgeons are able to do them so low, a testimony to his surgical and planning talent. Additionally, his bedside manner is excellent; he really helped me put...


Wonderful place. Incredible staff with attentive bedside manners. Will continue to use Dr. Walters in the future.


So happy I was referred to Dr. Walters. Everything I would have asked for in a doctor for what I wanted accomplished. Very happy with him and his staff.


An upper arm lift is a plastic surgery employing advanced methods to contour and eliminate unwanted skin. If you are tired of hiding your bat wings and would prefer them to appear trim and taut again, you are a great candidate for an arm lift. You need to be in overall good health so that your skin will recover properly. Some of the top concerns for potential arm lift patients are excess, hanging skin on their upper arms, plus minimal tautness of the skin. It is critical that you are at or close to a healthy, stable weight before your surgery.

In most cases, your upper arm surgery will be performed in an outpatient facility, except in cases where several cosmetic surgeries are to be performed at one time. An upper arm lift may be done with other surgeries (often completed at a facility with inpatient monitoring), including a tummy tuck, thigh lift, or mommy makeover — as long as Dr. Walters considers it appropriate. An upper arm lift is typically done with the patient under general anesthesia and can require a few hours to finish. The sagging skin will be surgically removed starting at the elbow and continuing to the armpit. The incision will be placed to be as hidden as possible, although it will become a visible scar. If liposuction is desired to eliminate stubborn pockets of fat, this can be completed also. After the skin is pulled taut, it will be stitched together. You will have to care for the incisions by keeping them cleaned, covered, and supported with compression garments.

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