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This plastic surgery operation is very much in demand as patients often complain about folds on the back.


The aim of this operation is to lift the skin of the back, of the lateral bulges on the waist and of the top of the abdomen if needed.


I often combine this operation with gynaecomastia in men or breast surgery in women (breast lift, breast augmentation and reduction). Together with the operation on the chest, patients are left with a circular scar all around the body.

Combination of operations:

I can also combine this with an arm and thorax lift as it is in the same region.

In conclusion:

The sequelae of the upper body lift are very simple as the skin is not detached. There is only a slightly higher risk of scar expansion than in other areas of the body as the skin of the back heals less well.

The results

Case No. 1

Plastic surgery in a patient who wanted the bulges on her back to be removed so she could wear tight dresses.


Case No. 2

Reconstructive surgery after gastric sleeve surgery. Large folds on the back treated perfectly with an upper body lift


Case No. 3

Reconstructive surgery after a gastric bypass. Double upper and lower body lift. Note the results on the buttocks which are nicely rounded by the operation. Super result. I am currently the only person in the world to perform this double operation!!!

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Dr Pascal’s Message:

The scar is easy to hide under bras.

Dr. Jean-François Pascal

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