Tummy Tuck Surgery Can Get Back Your Figure

Tummy Tuck Procedure

Tummy Tuck surgery is a cosmetic surgery undergone for the purpose of making the abdomen more firm. This is also known as abdominoplasty and in this procedure excess skin and fat is removed to give firmness to the abdomen.

Tummy tuck is the surgical procedure mainly done for cosmetic purposes. The accumulation of fat in the abdominal region and loosening of the skin may be noticed post pregnancy or when there is sudden loss of weight. There are different types of surgery like complete or partial abdominoplasty, extended abdominoplasty, high lateral tension tummy tuck, circumferential abdominoplasty or a procedure that combines all these. Each has a different application and has to be decided by the patient and the doctor as to the selection of the procedure. All the procedures include removal of fat and excess skin and to give a firm and better figure. It is a major surgery and required hospitalization. Recovery of the patient depends on his health conditions and other factors. Complete recovery may take up to six months. The scars of the procedure will get minimized with time.


Tummy tuck surgery involves all the risks as any other surgery. Since this is rarely done for medical reasons, the patient should be careful enough to know the risks involved. The surgery should be undergone only if the advantages overweigh the risks. The risks involved are cardiac and pulmonary complications, infection of the wound, blood clots etc. The medical condition of the patient is an important factor to decide about the surgery. Anybody having pre-existing medical conditions like Diabetes, hypertension, cardiac problems should think twice before undergoing this surgery.

Tummy tuck surgery is becoming more and more common now a day since everybody is conscious about their looks. Tummy tuck undoubtedly gives better looks, but its worthiness is to be assessed well before undergoing abdominoplasty.

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