Tummy Tuck

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    Tummy tuck tightens and reshapes the abdominal area, helping to achieve a more aesthetically pleasant and slimmer overall appearance. Having a flatter, firmer midsection can dramatically improve the way clothing fits and looks, helping you to feel more confident and comfortable with your body.

    How does it work?

    During the procedure, the abdominal muscles are tightened. Excess, sagging skin is eliminated, correcting a protruding belly and leaving the midsection flatter and better toned. Tummy tucks are popular procedure for men and women, particularly those whose bodies have undergo dramatic changes from weight loss or pregnancy.

    When Can Return to Work?

    Depending on how physical demanding your job is, you may be ready to return to work after 2 to 4 weeks.

    Who are the Best Candidates for a Tummy Tuck?

    A tummy tuck is suitable for men and women who are in good health.

    What’s the Recovery Time?

    It is important to realize that the amount of time it takes for recovery varies greatly among individuals. Depending on the extent of your abdominoplasty and your general physical condition, you may be able to return to non-strenuous work within 2 to 3 weeks after surgery.

    Most of the swelling will be gone within several weeks, but it may be several months before all swelling subsides, and you will see the final result of your tummy tuck.

    What Results Can I Expect?

    Your tummy tuck will leave you with a flatter, tighter abdomen and may be able to remove some stretch marks.

    What Are The Possible Side Effects or Risks?

    Some potential complications may include bleeding and infection. Tissue loss along portions of the horizontal incision is possible when the tummy tuck is extensive. This complication, which delays healing and prolongs recovery, is more common in people who are heavy smokers or have medical conditions like diabetes.

    How Soon Can I Have Sex After a Tummy Tuck?

    Any sexual activity should be avoided for a minimum of two weeks, and the surgeon may advise you to wait longer.

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