abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure that removes excess abdominal fat.


Typical abdominoplasty techniques are determined by the underlying tummies, excess skin, location of the skin, and clothing preferences of the patient.

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Standard abdominoplasty involves a hip-to-hip incision below the navel and a second scar around the ventral portion of the buttock, which is repositioned after excess skin is removed from the upper abdomen.

After abdominal muscles are tightened with internal sutures and excess skin is removed, the remaining skin folds over the abdomen. 


Extended abdominoplasty removes more skin over a larger area than the standard technique, making it more appropriate for patients who have lost a substantial amount of weight.

 In addition, extended abdominoplasty necessitates a circular incision to release the navel and reposition it higher after the removal of excess skin.   


The Fleur-De-Lis abdominoplasty is designed for patients with noticeable abdominal skin excess following massive weight loss or bariatric surgery.

Through a standard tummy tuck incision, excess skin and fat are removed and abdominal muscles are strengthened in this procedure. 


Due to excess skin following weight loss or pregnancy, mini abdominoplasty requires a scar 10 to 20 centimeters above the pubic region. Surgery does not reposition or remove excess skin from the abdomen.

 Mini-abdominoplasty is only appropriate for a limited number of patients due to the minimal enhancement of the abdomen’s appearance. 



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Women who have had multiple children may benefit from the operation to strengthen their abdominal muscles and reduce excess skin. 

  Surgical treatment is also an option for formerly obese men and women who currently have excess abdominal fat or sagging skin. 

  Abdominoplasty is not, however, for everyone. If the patient wishes to lose a significant amount of weight, if they plan to become pregnant, if they have a chronic disease, if they have a body mass index greater than 30, if they are a smoker, or if they have ever had abdominal surgery that left visible scars, the doctor may advise against surgery. 


Regularly, the specialist will schedule an initial consultation during which a physical exam will be performed. The surgeon will evaluate several factors that can influence the operation’s progression. Before the procedure, your physician will inform you of precautions to take. In order for the intervention to be successful, all of the indicated recommendations must be considered. 

Abdominoplasty typically takes between one and five hours, depending on the technique used. You will be under general anesthesia when the surgeon makes an 8-to-10-centimeter incision just below your belly button and underwear. In the area where the incision was made, there will be a scar. On the other hand, the scar can be concealed because it will be visible beneath the underwear. 

Before leaving the clinic, the patient receives postoperative care instructions. For a speedy recovery, the patient should be cautious and attentive during the recovery period in order to avoid complications.