Losing a significant amount of weight is one of the most astonishing individual accomplishments because of the body’s innate physiological persistence in maintaining its weight. Whether achieved by diet and exercise alone or helped by a bariatric surgery, all of those who have lost a lot of weight expect – and deserve – to look much better. But after significant weight loss, there often remains significant redundant skin. Even fully clothed there can be a bulge from a stomach roll within the pants or rolling over the belt. It may still be embarrassing to wear a swimsuit or to become intimate for some people. Plastic surgery after this sort of weight loss can remove the extra skin and tighten and smooth the remaining skin to create dramatic improvements for these patients.