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Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Abdominoplasty, or Tummy Tuck, is a surgical procedure that aims to improve the appearance and tone of the abdominal area by removing excess skin and fat while tightening the underlying muscles. This procedure is particularly beneficial for individuals who have experienced significant weight loss, pregnancy, or natural aging, resulting in loose, sagging skin and weakened abdominal muscles that cannot be effectively addressed through diet and exercise alone.

The procedure typically involves the following steps:

Anesthesia: General anesthesia is administered to ensure your comfort throughout the surgery.
Incision: A carefully placed incision is made along the lower abdomen, allowing access to the underlying tissues.
Muscle Repair: If necessary, weakened or separated abdominal muscles are repaired and tightened to restore a firmer and more youthful core.
Excess Tissue Removal: Excess skin and fat are meticulously removed, creating a smoother and more toned abdominal contour.
Skin Redraping: The remaining skin is gently redraped, and the incisions are meticulously closed.
Incision Closure: Sutures or adhesive techniques are used to close the incisions, promoting optimal healing.
Recovery and Aftercare: After the procedure, you'll be provided with detailed instructions to support your recovery. Our medical team will ensure your comfort and monitor your progress.

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Who is a good candidate for abdominoplasty?

Ideal candidates for abdominoplasty are individuals who have loose or sagging abdominal skin, separated or weakened abdominal muscles (often due to pregnancy or significant weight loss), and are generally in good health.

Will there be scars after the procedure?

Yes, there will be a scar along the lower abdomen where the incision was made. However, a skilled surgeon will aim to place the incision in a way that it can be concealed beneath clothing and swimwear. Scars typically fade over time.

Are there risks associated with abdominoplasty?

As with any surgery, there are risks involved. These can include infection, bleeding, scarring, adverse reactions to anesthesia, and poor wound healing. It's crucial to choose a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon to minimize these risks.

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