A tummy tuck, also known as an abdominoplasty, is an extremely popular and satisfying procedure.
Aging, and significant fluctuations in body weight can lead to an excess of skin in the abdomen area. Having a tummy tuck procedure is a possible solution. This procedure is also suitable for women whose abdominal muscles have slackened after pregnancy.
We love to see the transformation patients undergo after a tummy tuck due to the fact that they can again wear figure hugging clothes with confidence.
A tummy tuck is certainly not a method for losing weight. Furthermore, the best results are achieved if you are the right weight before the operation. It is therefore important to lose weight before the tummy tuck can be performed.
If your only complaint is too much skin under your belly button, a mini-tummy tuck can deliver good results. If the skin of your abdominal wall and your abdominal muscles have slackened, a total tummy tuck would be a better option for you. A total tummy tuck involves removing the excess tissue and stitching the stretched abdominal muscles on the left and right to each other along their midline.
Stay in Turkey
1 to 2 Days
2 to 5 Hours
Yes (under bikini)
Slight (Vary On Individuals)
6 Months and Permanent
• Stop taking blood thinners 7 to 10 days before surgery.
• Quit smoking 2 to 3 weeks prior to the procedure.
• Say no to alcoholic beverages during the last 3 to 5 days.
• Avoid strenuous exercises 24 to 48 hours before transplant.
• Safeguard yourself against infections, even common cold.
• Avoid caffeinated drinks during the final 24 hours before surgery