If you are one of the growing number of males interested in a tummy tuck for men, before and after pictures found at LocateADoc.com can help you better understand the process. With a host of photos from talented surgeons nationwide, it is easy to see the difference in pre-surgery looks compared to post-surgery outcomes. Coupled with a list of patient reviews, in-depth articles, and doctor profiles, our goal is to help you become as informed as possible.
A male tummy tuck is no different than a female tummy tuck in terms of surgical logistics. Using small incisions, a doctor removes excess fat found in the abdomen and then pulls tight the skin and muscles in your abdomen wall for a toned, slim look. The surgery can last up to five hours.
Risks are relatively minor, and serious complications are rare. The risks include blood clots, infection, and bleeding under the skin flap. Soreness may also last for several weeks or months. Scarring may also never completely disappear, but it will fade substantially.
What should I expect from a male tummy tuck?
- Eat a well-balanced, nutritional diet in the weeks leading up to surgery.
- Set up a home recovery area that includes ice packs, gauze, thermometer, a telephone and pillows.
- Avoid strenuous activity.
LocateADoc.com hopes that this synopsis, as well as our tummy tuck for men before and after pictures, helps you feel comfortable moving forward with the procedure. The more you know the better you can prepare.
Joseph Mark, MD, FACS
Rochester Hills, MI
Sam Gershenbaum, DO
33 year old, Male
Joseph Rucker, MD, FACS
Eau Claire, WI
Stuart B. Kincaid, MD, FACS
43 year old, Male
Hadi M Rassael, DO
24 year old, Male
Chevy Chase, MD
Alfred Sofer, MD
45 year old, Male
Ayman Shahine, MD, FACS, FACOG, FICS, MACS, FISCG