Body in shape surgery is increasing public, medical, and scientific demand.  The demand increased because of the increased awareness about the many hazards of obesity. Excess body fat poses systemic health problems. Unwanted local fat deposits negatively affect body shape and image. Diets, exercise, medications, and/ liposuction, or gastric surgeries may effectively control obesity. Body shaping can dramatically improve the shape and proportion of your body, enhancing your appearance and boosting your self-confidence. Improvements to your body’s shape and overall body shaping in one surgical session or stage depend on your overall health, the type and extent of procedures, and the outcome of discussions and recommendations of Prof. Moawad during the consultation process. Body in shape or shaping, also called body contouring, is a broad term used to describe a range of aesthetic surgical procedures designed to reshape and improve the appearance of your body. Body shaping (body shaping) can include both surgical (body lift and liposuction) and non-surgical procedures. There is an increasing number of transcutaneous energy delivery devices currently available. They are classified according to the energy they deliver to their target—mechanical (e.g., suction, massage), radiofrequency, ultrasound, cryolipolysis, and laser. Radiofrequency devices are the most popular for non-surgical skin tightening and fat reduction.
Arm lift surgery or Brachioplasty is rapidly increasing. Tremendous variability in presentation has led to different types of arm recontouring. From suction-assisted lipectomy, for appropriate candidates, to minimal incision Brachioplasty and a more extensive arm lift procedure. The objective is to reproduce a proportional functional proportional and functional arm contour. Patient selection, preoperative assessment, and a clear understanding of the arm’s anatomical features are paramount. Preoperatively designed markings of four significant groups of arm lift-minimal incision, standard, extensive, and chest-arm lift are based on the position and proximal and distal involvement of excess skin and fat and preferred scar position. Selective ancillary procedures, such as breast recontouring and upper body lifts, can be helpful adjuncts to arm lifts. 
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