Skin Removal Surgery in Mexico

Skin Removal Surgery in Mexico

Skin Removal Surgery in Mexico may be necessary if you have undergone a massive weight loss, and want to get rid of sagging skin that is left behind. Your plastic surgeon in Mexico will evaluate your condition to determine whether you require skin removal in a particular area of the body (such as the abdomen, thighs or upper arms), or in multiple areas.

If you need to eliminate loose skin from significantly large areas of your body, your surgeon may recommend a more inclusive surgical approach to treat multiple large areas all at once. A full-scale skin removal surgery is also useful for candidates who are struggling with skin laxity all over their body due to aging, heredity, or weight fluctuations.

Excessive loose skin can cause you discomfort, restricted movement, and severe chafing, while also increasing your risk of skin infections. It may also prevent you from wearing tighter or revealing clothes. A comprehensive skin removal surgery will eliminate excess skin from all affected areas of your body, such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, hips, breasts and upper arms.

Following skin removal surgery in Mexico, you can achieve a trim and smooth overall appearance and youthful contours. Depending on your needs, your Mexico plastic surgeon may perform skin removal as part of a full body lift surgery or combine it with other surgical or non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

Looking to remove loose, hanging skin due significant weight loss after bariatric surgery? Contact Jet Medical Tourism® today for more information on skin removal surgery in Mexico.

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Removing skin after major weight loss can remove excess fat from your body. If you want to improve the tone of underlying tissue, our skin removal surgeons have years of experience with skin removal surgery. Email us today for more information on surgery prices and other plastic surgery options or call (855) 506-6188 for a free consultation.

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