Want to Improve Your Arms?

Models - 71One of the most difficult parts of our bodies to accept are “flabby arms.”  One morning you wake up, and while brushing your teeth you suddenly see your arms “jiggling” like Jell-O. Or, even worse, when talking with some of your friends they tell you that your arms are “fat.”

You try exercising the arms, you go on a diet, other parts of your body become thin and tight, but not your arms. As time goes by, the situation gets even worse. You think to yourself, “What can I do?”

Once you’ve tried everything you can to reduce the look of jiggly arms it might be time to consider surgical intervention. We perform a plastic surgery procedure that targets this exact problem area; we will give you back the arms you had in prior years.

A consultation is the first step. There you will discuss your expectations and your surgeon will detail your options.

Should you decide to have the procedure, it is a mere matter of taking a few days off work, some healing time, and then you’re ready to show off your new arms to the world.

Everyone’s situation is different. Healing times differ. Pain differs. However, once all is said and done you will be more than satisfied with the results you will see. Your arms will be firm, you will be able to wear sleeveless shirts, you will like the way you look, and no one will know you had work done.

Let’s get past those flabby arms. Call us for an appointment.

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Our office is now open!

Your health (and ours) is our highest priority so we are making a few changes to our reopening so that you can feel safe and confident coming in to see us. We are of course following all federal and local guidelines such as wearing masks and conducting phone screenings prior to your appointment but we are also implementing the following:

      Increasing the frequency of cleaning and sterilization to not only include exam rooms but also the waiting room, restroom, all doors, counters, etc.

      Offering multiple hand sanitizer locations throughout the office

      Reducing the number of appointments per day as well as our office hours, to limit the number of people in the office, including staff members

      Minimizing patient overlap to allow for proper social distancing

      Testing all surgery patients for COVID-19 at their pre-operative appointments

      Asking patients to leave family members or friends at home, unless they are coming with their primary caregiver. Please leave children at home as well


How can you help?

      Come alone to your appointment, unless you need your primary caregiver with you

      Please wear a mask or face covering to your visit and keep it on unless you are asked by Dr. Kearney or an RN to remove it

      Postpone your visit if you have traveled by air or experienced symptoms in the last 14 days

      Use a pen from the holder marked “clean” and put it in the one marked “used” when you’re done

      Use the hand sanitizers in our office

      In the rare case there is someone at the front desk when you come in please take a seat until we call you and maintain proper distance throughout your visit

      Take advantage of our virtual consultations or follow up appointments if it makes you feel more comfortable

Please bear with us as we work to return to our new “normal” and feel free to call or email with any questions. We look forward to seeing you again soon!


Dr. Kearney and staff