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At Weill Cornell Medicine, we are here to help you live more confidently. Beginning with the initial consultation, we take the time to deeply understand your unique concerns and needs. We work with you to explore the options available to you, and will discuss any potential risks as well as the results you can expect.
Our compassionate plastic surgeons provide the full range of cosmetic procedures to enhance your shape. We ensure that our patients are well informed about the procedures available, feel empowered and have the opportunity to discuss questions with any member of our team.
Why Choose Weill Cornell Medicine for Body Contouring?
Exemplary surgeons: Our patients select Weill Cornell Medicine because our surgeons are leaders in plastic and reconstructive surgery and our care team is equipped to promote comfort throughout the process. Our compassionate surgeons are highly skilled in performing the most advanced surgical options.
Weill Cornell Medicine partners with NewYork-Presbyterian, one of the top hospital systems in New York City and the U.S.
Personalized care: All surgical treatments are designed to meet your individual needs and aesthetic wishes. Our plastic and reconstructive surgeons are highly skilled and able to help you achieve the natural appearance you want.
Our team helps patients of all races, ethnicities, genders and gender identities enjoy their unique appearance with greater confidence.
Focus on your comfort: Our team prioritizes your comfort at every step in the process. Before your surgery, you will have time to ask your doctor questions so that you feel comfortable with the procedure. In state-of-the-art surgical suites, our surgeons use the latest anesthetics and medications that help you recover more quickly and heal faster.
After the surgery, our care team will manage your pain with medication and teach you how to care for yourself as you heal and recover.
Body Contouring Options
Abdominoplasty: This procedure is commonly known as a “tummy tuck.” Excess skin and fat are removed from around the abdomen. The procedure can include tightening the abdominal muscles or liposuction (fat removal).
Liposuction: This technique removes fat from any area of the body using catheters (small tubes) with suction.
Brachioplasty: This procedure is commonly known as an “arm lift.” Excess skin is removed from one or both arms.
Thigh or buttock lift: Excess skin and fat are removed from the inner thighs or buttocks.
Radiofrequency skin tightening: This non-invasive procedure uses energy waves to heat the dermis (the deep layer of your skin), stimulating collagen production. Radiofrequency skin tightening can be used for your neck, arms, legs or abdomen.
FDA-approved weight loss therapies: Our surgeons can discuss FDA-approved weight loss therapies, including the Obalon Balloon System, a swallowable balloon that facilitates weight loss by taking up space in your stomach so that you eat less.
Make an Appointment
We know that you want the highest level of care and safety for your surgery. Our expanded Digital Health Services and commitment to cleanliness help ensure that you can continue your care to achieve optimum health.
Whether you visit us virtually through a video visit or you see us in person, you can be assured that we will deliver the highest standards of care with compassion. Our team has taken every step to keep our facilities safe for you to continue your care. Learn more about our safety measures and the changes we’ve made to enhance your patient experience.
To request an appointment, please fill out our form. Our staff will help you find the physician who best fits your individual medical needs.
Meet Our Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
The plastic and reconstructive surgeons at the Weill Cornell Medicine offer patients the highest level of safety and care. As a top-ranked academic medical center, you have access to our extensive network of specialists who provide seamless care throughout your treatment — to promote integrated physical and mental health.