This 46 year old woman was 5'5" and weighed 255 pounds when she had a gastric bypass. She reduced her weight to 120 pounds and was left with circumferential skin excess. She therefore had a circumferential abdominoplasty.
This 41 year old was 5'5" and weighed 147 pounds. She had previously weighed 215 pounds, but had lost weight with diet and exercise. To treat the excess skin, she underwent an extended abdominoplasty. These are her pictures at 6 months.
This 54 year old was 5'8" and 290 pounds when she started a diet and exercise regimen and reduced her weight to 190 pounds. To remove her excess skin, she underwent a bilateral breast reduction, and an abdominoplasty.
This 48 year-old was 5'8" and following a gastric bypass, had reduced her weight from 328 to 175 pounds. To remove her excess skin, she underwent a circumferential abdominoplasty, a mastopexy, and a bilateral brachioplasty.
This 58 year old was 5'6" and 300 pounds prior to her gastric bypass, which reduced her weight to 175 pounds. This is appearance 6 months following her breast reduction/lift and abdominoplasty.
This 41 year old was interested in surgery after weight loss. She was 5'5" and weighed 170 pounds, down from a high of 235. She was concerned about her large, droopy breasts and the excess tissue on her abdomen, so she underwent a reduction/mastopexy and an abdominoplasty.
After a gastric bypass, this 26 year old's weight went from 274 pounds to 164. To treat her "droopiness," she underwent a mastopexy.
This 32 year patient was 5'7" and weighed 178 pounds. Prior to her gastric bypass, she had weighed 320. In order to diminish the effects of her massive weight loss, she underwent a mastopexy and an abdominoplasty. She was not interested in breast augmentation.