Improve your appearance with Abdominoplasty surgery

A firm and well-shaped abdomen is one of the criteria for fitness and almost all men and women try to achieve this by exercising and controlling their weight. But sometimes even with these methods, you can not achieve beauty and fitness. In the meantime, even people who are not very heavy can have a bulging or drooping abdomen. Here are some common causes of abdominal cramps:

  • Age increasing
  • Hereditary factors
  • Pregnancy experience
  • Abdominal surgeries
  • Sudden weight gain and loss and total frequent weight fluctuations

Abdominal cosmetic surgery or abdominoplasty is performed to remove excess fat or skin from the abdomen. In abdominoplasty, recovery of the weakened and degenerated part of the abdominal muscle tissue can greatly help to tighten this area.

Is abdominoplasty suitable for me?

Tommy Tuck or abdominoplasty depends entirely on the person’s choice (regardless of the opinion of others or approaching an ideal mental image). In general, abdominoplasty can be helpful for the following people:

  • People who are physically fit and have a stable weight.
  • People who are familiar with the complications of this operation and have a logical idea of the results of the operation.
  • People who are not smokers.
  • People who are dissatisfied with the bad shape of their abdomen.

What is abdominoplasty?

Abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgery used to remove excess fat from the abdomen to tighten the muscles and fascia of the abdominal wall. This type of surgery is commonly used in patients with loose or weakened tissue after pregnancy or following major weight loss.

How to perform abdominoplasty surgery

After performing the necessary measures for anesthesia and preparing him/her for this extensive surgery, they start the surgery by connecting the heart rate monitors, pulse and respiratory assist device in the state of anesthesia. First, a large incision is made from the hip to the pelvis just above the urethra. Then another incision is made in and around the umbilicus to remove excess skin and fat above the abdomen.

Stretching the skin of the abdominal wall and suturing and repairing weakened muscles help to shrink the abdomen. Liposuction is often used to correct and remove excess belly fat. After the surgery, the site is bandaged and a drain is inserted to remove any excess fluid from the abdomen. Complete abdominoplasty involves suctioning of the skin and buttock skin lipectomy. In abdominal surgery, partial abdominoplasty separates the abdomen more narrowly than the muscular fascia. The skin on the lower abdomen is stretched and the excess skin is removed. Sometimes a part of the abdominal wall gets tighter. The remaining area is completely sutured.

About 100cm2 of skin is removed during a combined abdominoplasty with liposuction. In a more advanced method that takes a little over four and a half hours. Excess fat is removed in a vertical and horizontal line. As a result, with this method, the abdomen will flatten significantly.

Recovery period

After the abdominoplasty is over, your abdomen and sutures will be bandaged. The area to be operated on is covered with a sterile bandage so that it is neither too tight nor too loose, and the dressing should be changed frequently until the wounds are completely healed.

A small tube may be temporarily implanted under the skin to collect water or other contents.

To speed up the healing process, our plastic surgeons will remind you of the following:

How to maintain and dry the wounds left by cosmetic abdominal surgery.

Take the medications you need to heal faster and prevent infection.

Concerns that may arise about general health and location of surgery.