Bariatric surgery can be truly transformative if you have been struggling with your weight for most of your life. However, these surgeries can leave you with excess skin, stubborn fat pockets, and other aesthetic issues. A post-bariatric surgery can contour your body, remove extra skin, and help you feel beautiful. This procedure can be done by Dr. Aronowitz, a renowned Beverly Hills surgeon with over 30 years of experience. Schedule today to learn more.


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Post-bariatric Surgery Candidates

The best candidates for bariatric surgery are people with a BMI of 35-40. Those with obesity-related conditions like diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, reflux disease, or sleep apnea can benefit from this procedure. The problem is that patients often have excess skin following their surgery. Therefore, post-bariatric surgery may be a good choice if you want to contour your body and remove excess skin.

Post-bariatric Surgery Procedure

Post-bariatric surgery can often be done in a single session. However, sometimes it must be performed in stages under general anesthesia. If you have a history of smoking, deep venous thrombosis or clotting disorders, a high BMI, or other risk factors, additional precautions must be taken to ensure a successful outcome. This procedure can include several surgeries, including:

Treatment Outcome

It’s normal to feel discomfort after this procedure. At the end of the process, drainage tubes may be inserted and left in for several days to remove extraneous blood and fluid. You may also need a soft bra and/or a compression garment. Strenuous activity should be avoided for 4-6 weeks. Scars from the procedures will naturally fade within a few months following the operation.

Schedule a Post-bariatric Surgery in Los Angeles, CA

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your body after bariatric surgery, post-bariatric surgery may be needed. This procedure can contour your body and give you the look you’ve been dreaming of. Contact our team and Dr. Aronowitz today by filling out and submitting the schedule form below, or call our office by dialing (310) 659-0705.