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Tummy Tuck

Also known as “abdominoplasty,” a tummy tuck is an ideal procedure for individuals who have excess abdominal fat and skin and/or weakened abdominal muscles.

Often, patients struggle to lose the last bit of fat on their abdomen, and no lotion or expensive product can get rid of sagging skin.

The tummy tuck targets the root of the problem by first tightening the abdominal muscles, which provides a firmer structure for the skin to adhere to. Excess fat is removed, and the skin is then re-draped over the firmer foundation. The effects of pregnancy, aging, and weight fluctuations will be nearly invisible in the abdominal area after the procedure.

Before And After

Frequently Asked Questions

A tummy tuck is a surgical procedure that removes excess abdominal fat and skin and tightens weakened abdominal muscles to create a smoother and firmer abdominal profile.

Good candidates for a tummy tuck are individuals who have excess abdominal fat and skin, weakened abdominal muscles, and are in good health overall.

The procedure typically takes around two to four hours, depending on the extent of the surgery.

The recovery process varies for each patient, but most patients can return to work within two to three weeks and resume physical activity after six weeks.

Like any surgery, a tummy tuck carries some risks and potential complications, such as bleeding, infection, and adverse reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are typically low in healthy individuals and can be minimized with proper surgical technique and aftercare.

Yes, there will be scarring, but the incision is typically made low on the abdomen and can be hidden by clothing or swimwear.

Yes, it’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to ensure the longevity of the results.

The results of a tummy tuck are long-lasting if the patient maintains a healthy lifestyle, although the effects of aging and weight fluctuations may eventually affect the abdominal area again.

Yes, a tummy tuck can be combined with other procedures, such as liposuction, to further enhance the abdominal area.

The cost of a tummy tuck varies depending on the extent of the  surgery and the location.