A Bra Line Back Lift is a surgical procedure used to eliminate the excess skin and fat from the upper middle section of the back. This sagging skin is usually caused by weight loss and aging. This bulging fat can make your clothes fit poorly.
Bruising and swelling are to be expected. Patients should limit their arm usage during the first two weeks. Most patients can return to driving and exercise approximately two weeks after surgery. A compression garment is worn for up to six weeks to reduce the bruising and swelling that occur during the first few weeks after surgery.
A Bra Line Back Lift enhances the overall appearance of your back's contours, eliminating the fat that forms around the bra line. There is only one drawback—the resulting scar that runs across the patient's back. It can, however, be hidden behind the bra strap.