If you’re yearning for a flat stomach and streamlined waistline, tummy tuck surgery could be the answer. However, this surgery is a fairly extensive procedure and does require a lot of downtime. One doctor in the United States now offers a tummy tuck alternative called the “Awake Tummy Tuck”, a procedure that can offer similar results to traditional surgery but is one that does not require general anesthesia. You are awake during the entire fat removal procedure, and is a good match for people who do not have a lot of excess skin and only a small amount of fat that needs to be removed.
If you’ve had children or lost a lot of weight with diet and exercise, your midsection may not be as flat as you would like. Many women who have had children find that they have some loose skin and fat around their tummy area after the baby, and this tissue can become resistant to any type of workout or dieting efforts. If you want to lose that “pooch” for good, you can head to the cosmetic surgeon’s office for a mini tummy tuck. This procedure is a shorter and less painful version of the full tummy tuck and can help you achieve flatter, firmer torso.
Tummy tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, is a popular procedure for women and men who want a flat, tight stomach. If you have a layer of fat on your abs that never goes away, or have recently had kids and lost your six-pack from the pregnancy, you could be a good candidate for a tummy tuck.
Even though you might see some plastic surgeons promoting “tummy tuck specials’ and amazing deals on this procedure, you probably won’t get a customized surgery with this type of offer. Experienced and reputable plastic surgeons actually perform several different types of body shaping and liposuction procedures when doing a tummy tuck. Some advertise these procedures as “360 body contouring” or body sculpting procedures because they are not only getting rid of excess body fat, but also removing tissue and – most importantly – tightening loose muscles.
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