Using tiny cannulas or suction tubes, Dr. Kearney removes excess fat from the desired areas. Incisions are very small and placed as inconspicuously as possible. The goal of liposculpture is permanent improvement in contour and overall proportion as well as a more flattering figure or physique. READ MORE INFO »
Tummy tucks are done by making a horizontal incision just above your pubic area. The length of the incision is determined by the amount of excess skin to be removed and a discussion with you about what length of scar you will accept. An additional incision is often made around the belly button to remove the skin above it. In a mini tummy tuck, the belly button incision can be avoided. Dr. Kearney does his best to keep the incisions within the line of your preferred underwear or bikini line. Tummy tucks are performed in an out-patient surgery center under general anesthesia and take anywhere from 2-4 hours depending on the length of incision. READ MORE INFO »
Dr. Kearney performs thigh/buttock lifts under general anesthesia and patients can often go home the day of the procedure although in some cases, an overnight hospital stay may be advisable. The excess skin is pulled up, tightened and surgically removed. Incisions are usually made around the circumference of each thigh and along the groin area. Although they will fade with time and become less noticeable, these procedures do leave a visible scar. The expected outcome of thigh and buttock lifts to is have tighter, more attractive thigh and buttock skin, improved contour and decreased irregularity in the skin surface. READ MORE INFO »
The goal of an upper arm lift is to eliminate the excess skin and fat from the upper arms creating a smaller upper arm and more youthful appearance. An incision is made from the armpit to the elbow in order to remove excess skin and fat and although it fades with time, a scar will remain on the inside of your arm but will only be visible when you lift your arms. Dr. Kearney performs this procedure under general anesthesia and most patients can return home following surgery. Patients usually go home with a wrap or compression garment around their upper arms in order to help reduce swelling. READ MORE INFO »
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