Are you tired of dealing with sagging skin around your midsection? If you are ready to treat yourself to a makeover, talk to Dr. Daniel about the benefits of tummy tuck surgery. The tummy tuck procedure can help you achieve a slim and toned silhouette to restore your youthful figure. If a layer of loose skin and small pockets of fat are holding you back from having that flat and toned stomach you’ve always wanted, you may be a good candidate for tummy tuck surgery.
The tummy tuck is a fairly extensive procedure that can be combined with liposuction to give you a flatter stomach. This surgical procedure involves removing excess skin and fat (liposuction may be used) from the abdominal area and tightening up the muscles that make up the abdominal wall. The final result is a tighter stomach, and in some cases, a more visible six-pack. Both men and women can undergo this procedure, but more women tend to get a tummy tuck due to factors such as having children or after losing a significant amount of weight.
Dr. Daniel may recommend either a full tummy tuck or a mini tummy tuck depending on the amount of loose skin you have and your goals. The full tummy tuck involves making an incision between the navel and pubic hairline so that Dr. Daniel can access all of the tissues and muscles. The mini tummy tuck only targets the lower abdomen and involves making a shorter incision at the pubic bone. In some cases, the procedure may include liposuction to get rid of excess fat around the midsection and flanks.
If you have always been bothered by the appearance of your midsection and want a tighter, flatter stomach, tummy tuck surgery could help you achieve the long-lasting results you’ve been striving for. You may be a good candidate for this body contouring procedure if you are bothered by the following:
Whether you are considering a full mommy makeover or just a Eugene Tummy Tuck with liposuction, Dr. Daniel can put together a customized treatment plan to target all of your problem areas. Schedule your tummy tuck consultation with Dr. Daniel today.