Loose, sagging skin around the midsection may be preventing you from achieving the toned abdominal contour you desire.
For many men and women, excess abdominal skin cannot be easily corrected using diet and exercise, and it can be a source of anxiety about their appearance. Tummy tuck surgery is designed to tighten the abdominal region for a firmer, better defined abdominal contour.
How can a tummy tuck help?
An abdominoplasty can create a more slender midsection and enhance your abdominal contour. By eliminating excess tissue and tightening loose abdominal muscles, you can restore a more defined and youthful tummy.
What do you desire?
Tummy Tuck concerns
Frequently asked questions
General anesthesia is used during tummy tuck surgery to ensure patient comfort and safety.
Excess fat will be eliminated during a tummy tuck by direct excision and liposuction. The liposuction focuses on the fat on the flanks and upper abdomen. Fat of the lower abdomen will be excised with the excess skin.
A strong core can better support the lower spine. Spinal support straightens the back and can relieve painful pressure.
Depending on the extent of correction needed, tummy tuck surgery can last between three and four hours.
It is advised that abdominoplasty patients wear a compression garment for six weeks following their surgery to help ensure the best results possible.