Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)


Pregnancy, weight loss and the natural ageing process can all cause the abdominal muscles and the skin on the tummy to become weak and loose, which in turn can mean that no amount of exercise will smooth or tighten the area.

Abdominoplasty also known as ‘Tummy Tuck’ surgery, involves the surgical removal of excess skin and fat in the abdominal region. Tummy Tuck is part of the group of ‘body-contouring’ procedures, which also includes Fat Removal (liposuction), Skin-Tightening (arm, thigh and buttock lifts) and Muscle enhancing (calf, buttock and pectoral implants, and abdominal six-pack etching).

Ideal candidates for abdominoplasty
What to consider at this stage
Abdominoplasty - technical variations
Abdominoplasty - types & patient selection
Abdominoplasty - the procedure
Following the operation
Risks & complications
How long will the results of your abdominoplasty last?

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