Tummy is the most common area that gets excess fat and skin because of lots of reasons. Even those people who are regular with exercise and diet can’t get rid of excess fat in the abdominal area. There are a number of reasons behind saggy and bulging tummy which include aging, pregnancy and significant weight gain. Fortunately, cosmetic surgery provides a solution to this problem in the form of tummy tuck surgery.
Tummy tuck surgery – also known as abdominoplasty – is a surgical procedure that removes excess fat and skin and in most of cases also restores weakened or separated muscles creating a smoother, firmer and flattened abdominal profile. A flat and well-toned tummy is something that a lot of people strive for. Even if you have normal body proportion and weight, you can develop protruding or a saggy tummy. In this case, the only most suitable solution is the tummy tuck surgery.
Let’s dive into the details of the procedure and learn about the different types of the tummy tuck as well. Continue reading!
A tummy tuck is no doubt an effective surgical procedure but it has various types and you should go for the most appropriate type. Your surgeon selects the most appropriate type for you depending on the changes your tummy requires. The most commonly used options include:
It is the most commonly performed type of tummy tuck surgery. It is also known as a full tummy tuck as it is performed on the whole abdomen. In this procedure, an incision is made from hip to hip and another one around the navel. This surgery involves addressing a patient’s entire tummy and the belly button is also moved to ensure natural-looking results. During the surgery, excess skin and fat tissues are removed and abdominal muscles are also tightened. Traditional or full tummy tucks are often combined with the procedure of liposuction. A traditional tummy tuck is more invasive as compared to the rest of the types and therefore requires more time for recovery. However, its results are highly effective.
Mini tummy tucks are also known as partial abdominoplasty because they are performed on the lower abdomen only – below the navel. This type of tummy tuck requires a single small incision and does not involve the repositioning of navel. Partial abdominoplasty often results in less dramatic changes but the benefit is that it requires less time for recovery. This procedure is suitable for those people who need minor changes in the tummy.
Above mentioned types of tummy tuck surgery or abdominoplasty are the most frequently performed procedures. However, certain other types are also available. In order to get the desired results from the best suitable surgery, it is important to seek highly experienced and board-certified cosmetic surgeons. Only he can tell you that which type of tummy tuck surgery can meet your goals. For this purpose, you can visit Dubai Cosmetic Surgery® where you will find a team of qualified surgeons who are always ready to help you. You can also book an appointment by filling the form below.
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