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Excess fat along the bra line is a common concern for many women. Even those who are otherwise healthy and in good shape may struggle with a little bit extra along the armpit and upper back when wearing certain tops or lingerie. A bra-roll excisison is a procedure that targets this area of excess skin and tissue to create a smoother, natural-looking contour.
Who Should Consider Bra-Roll Excision?
We recommend bra-roll excision surgery for women who are struggling to get rid of the pesky skin and fat that often pokes out just above a bra or other form-fitting tops. This area is often resistant to traditional methods of diet and exercise, and can persist even when you have reached your goal weight and are otherwise happy with your figure. This surgery helps to refine your body’s silhouette and give you the confidence to wear all of your favorite outfits without hesitation.
What to Expect from Your Bra-Roll Excision Surgery
A bra-roll excision is a surgery that targets the excess skin and/or fat that resides around the bra area. During your consultation, we can determine the best approach for your personalized procedure.
Depending on your unique condition, our board certified plastic surgeons may use a combination of skin excision/tightening and liposuction fat reduction. Some women’s problem may be caused mostly by excess skin and tissue, whereas others may be dealing with small amounts of stubborn fat.
After Your Bra-Roll Excision
Once your surgery is complete, you will notice a firmer, well-contoured silhouette of your upper body. Women often feel more confident in their favorite outfits and are excited to show off their new figures in a form-fitting dress or bikini.
Schedule Your Plastic Surgery Consultation in Raleigh
Our plastic surgeons have over 75 years of combined experience in cosmetic plastic surgery. If you’re ready to learn more about personalized bra-roll excision, please contact our office in Raleigh to schedule a consultation. Use the email form to send a question or call (919) 785-0505 to speak with our patient coordinator.