Dr Benjamin Lam

(215) 702-8600104 Pheasant Run
Building A #123
Newtown, PA 18940

Body Contouring Newtown, PA

Imagine a better you. with a sleeker silhouette from body contouring procedures:
abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)
thigh lift
arm lift (brachioplasty)
male gynecomastectomy

The results of losing weight and pregnancy can be disappointing. No doubt you will feel better and be able to do more, but dieting and exercise can leave you with excess skin that folds and sags. When you are close to your target weight, liposuction might help, or the best solution could be an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) to remove the excess fat and tissue at the abdomen and waist to provide a trimmer, smoother silhouette. Muscles that have been overstretched during pregnancy can also be made tauter.

Tummies are not the only places that lose their contours after extensive weight loss. Arms and thighs also become flabby when extra skin and tissue remains after dieting, exercise or bariatric surgery. An arm lift (brachioplasty) or thigh lift remove unwanted loose skin for shapelier, attractive contours from the upper arm and thigh areas. Incisions for arm lift brachioplasty are typically along the inner, facing your body, section of the arm. Thigh lift incisions are typically placed in the groin fold, horizontally along the inner leg, or a combination of both to achieve removal of excess skin and recontouring of the leg. You achieve more even proportions and a svelte outline that you will have you feeling confident.

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Dr. Benjamin Lam was recently referenced in Health & Medicine April/May 2016 with respect to his involvement with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for patients with autism.