A tummy tuck has emerged as a blessing in disguise for people who find it difficult to lose fat, especially from the abdominal area. However, with the advancement in science and cosmetic surgery, one can get the desired tummy back. With many men and women wanting to get rid of their tummy fat, tummy tuck surgery has been in great demand.
Abdominal fat has always been an area of concern for many people. And it is also one of the leading causes of many lifestyle diseases. Weight gain, pregnancy, beer belly, or aging can lead to fat around the abdomen and hamper your appearance. Nevertheless, reshaping the mid-section with a tummy tuck is possible in many ways.
The board-certified plastic surgeons can do it all for you. However, the goal behind all types of tummy tuck is to remove the excess skin and fat. This leaves you with a toned and flatter-looking abdomen. The choice of a tummy tuck depends on the specific needs of the patient.
Here’s a look at different types of tummy tuck:
Currently, standard abdominoplasty is one of the most popular procedures. It focuses on toning the lower abdominal area. This procedure is common for women after pregnancy and childbirth.
Firstly, the surgeon makes an incision above the pubic area and below the belly button. This enables the removal of excess skin and fatty tissue. Finally, a liposuction is done to contour the lower abdominal area.
The procedure also reshapes the abdominal wall underneath. The abdominal muscles are then tightened during the procedure.
Mini Tummy Tuck
For small amounts of excess skin and fatty tissues, a mini tummy tuck is an alternative. It is less invasive in nature but offers the same results as the previous procedure. This procedure is suitable for people who have gained positive results from diet and fitness and have only a little pooch or flab.
In a mini tummy tuck, the cosmetologist makes a small incision above the pubic area. The belly button doesn’t need repositioning. The patient gets less scars due to a smaller incision done during the procedure.
Extended Tummy Tuck
The extended abdominoplasty was developed for patients who needed a significant amount of skin and fatty tissue removed from the lower abdomen. It also focuses on hip and lower back areas.
This is an invasive procedure. To begin with, the doctor makes a longer incision above the pubic area. Then, the surgeon makes an incision in the entire width of the abdominal area which extends to the back of the hip.
The surgeon can remove the belly button and reposition it, in this type of procedure. The medical term for that procedure is Umbilicoplasty. Excess skin and fatty tissues are removed and abdominal muscles are tightened. As the process is more invasive, the patients are asked to stay in the hospital for at least one night to recover faster.
This is a type of abdominoplasty which helps patients with significant weight loss. Usually, people who lose a lot of weight or have undergone a bariatric surgery, have excess folds of skin.
Here, your cosmetic surgeon removes a substantial number of tissues. The surgery aims on removing the folds of the skin. You might need microsurgery to make sure that the vessels return to normal function after the surgery. One can get life-changing and drastic effects post the procedure.
Reverse Tummy Tuck
A reverse abdominoplasty includes upper part of the midsection below the breasts. Additionally, people who have loose skin or excess fat in the upper torso can benefit from this.
Your surgeon will make an incision underneath the breasts. For an overall midsection makeover, a standard tummy tuck can be done along with this procedure.
A tummy tuck is a great option for fat removal, however; getting a proper consultation at Mayfair Advanced Aesthetic today can help you better.
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