If you want a tighter and flatter abdomen, then abdominoplasty is the right procedure for you.
If the cause of your condition is concentration in the abdominal area of adipose tissue, liposuction is performed. When there is an excess of sagging skin, it is surgically removed. Divided abdominal muscles, ie diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscles, can be corrected and weakened by abdominoplasty. This accumulated "fat apron" is the result of a drastic reduction in weight, and excess skin is most often the result of multiple pregnancies.
Inverted plastic of the abdomen - removes excess in the upper abdomen, the scar is located in the folds under the chest and is visible in the area between them. There is usually no scar around the navel.
It is also called surgical lifting of the abdominal wall. Excess skin and subcutaneous fat are removed. Previous abdominal surgeries may reduce the effect of abdominoplasty. To help drain excess blood and fluid, drainage may be provided.
Duration: Two to four hours.
Anesthesia: Most often - general, but may be epidural.
Hospital stay: It is necessary to stay in a health institution with open hospital beds - between 1 and 2 days.
Side effects: Temporary discomfort, pain, swelling, bruising, altered skin sensitivity.
Postoperative complications: Infection. Bleeding. Necrosis. Keloids. Pulmonary embolism.
The patient can return to work after 2 weeks. Exercise involving the abdominal muscles can begin after 4 to 6 weeks. The fading of the scars takes from 3 months to 1 year, sometimes more. The new look of a tight and flat stomach will be maintained provided that you keep your figure and weight relatively constant.