PLASTIC SURGERY
FULL FACELIFT (TEMPORAL, CHEEK AND NECK LIFT) (RHYTIDECTOMY)
MINI LIFT (FOREHEAD)
BLEPHAROPLASTY (EYELID UPPER AND LOWER)
UPPER EYELID
BREAST AUGMENTATION
BREAST LIFT (MASTOPEXY)
BREAST LIFT AND AUGMENTATION
BREAST REDUCTION
RHINOPLASTY
CHIN AUGMENTATION
CHEEK AUGMENTATION
OTOPLASTY
TUMMY TUCK
MINI TUMMY TUCK
TUMMY TUCK WITH BREAST AUGMENTATION
TUMMY TUCK WITH BREAST AUGMENTATION (includes small liposuction in the supragluteal area)
LIPOSUCTION
CIRCULAR BELT LIPECTOMY
BELT LIPECTOMY AND BREAST LIFT WITHOUT IMPLANTS
BELT LIPECTOMY AND BREAST LIFT WITH IMPLANTS
BRACHIOPLASTY (ARM LIFT)
BUTTOCK AUGMENTATION
BRACHIOPLASTY (ARM LIFT)
Brachioplasty is a procedure to remove excess skin and fatty tissue from the upper arms. It involves excision of skin along the lower border of the arm and will leave a thin scar along the inside of the arm. There are different degrees of ptosis (drooping) deformity. Brachioplasty can remove the excess tissue and reduce the circumference of the upper arm. Surgical correction depends on the amount of extra skin and how loose the supporting tissues have become. Extra skin is removed from incisions along the inner arm. The incision must be placed where the tissue can be best tightened. The most common incision used for brachioplasty extends from the elbow to the axilla. This permits the excision to maximally address the redundant skin in the middle of the arm.

DOCTOR HOSPITAL PRICE
Dr. Mario A. Martínez Elizondo (more) OCA Price on request

Costs include transportation (airport pick up / drop), ambulatory procedure, 2˝ hours of surgery at the Specialized Surgical Unit, local anesthesia with sedation, surgical team fees, consumables, nursing care. Accurate estimates for care shall be provided when the patient has been thoroughly examined by the physician after admission.