After dramatic weight loss either through diet and exercise or bariatric surgery, you may be a candidate for post-bariatric reconstructive surgery to remove excess skin. Post-bariatric body contouring after major weight loss will shape and tone of the underlying tissues, and remove the excess sagging fat and skin left behind due to loss of tissue elasticity and from the prior expansion of the skin. Common areas for this sagging skin include around the face and neck, upper arms, abdomen, buttocks, and thighs. It can make your body contour appear irregular and make exercising or normal activities impossible to perform. Available body contouring procedures include tummy tuck/panniculectomy, circumferential lower body lift, thigh and buttock lifts, breast lift and upper arm lift, as well as face and neck procedures. Depending on several factors, you may wish to consider undergoing one or more procedures bundled together.