Tummy Tuck Surgery
In today’s world everyone is very busy and don’t always have the time to keep as fit as they would like. Our life style has changed drastically and it has affected or health severely and the most prominent and evident impact has been weight gain. Majority of the population today is overweight because most of the jobs are desk jobs. There are many ways in which you can reduce your weight and get the look that you desire. One of these is tummy tuck.
Getting a slim tummy
Tummy tuck also referred to as Abdominoplasty is a surgery which is used to make ones abdomen firm and thin and is for both Men and Women. In this surgery excess fat and skin is removed from lower and middle abdomen which in turn tightens the abdominal wall muscles.
Getting a flat stomach is not a dream any more. In recent years it has become increasingly common for people to get a tummy tuck. It is a very effective method to get that flat abdomen that you always dreamt about and this comes very handy when other methods like diet and exercise are inconclusive. You might have noticed that after pregnancy you sometimes tend to have sagging skin and tissues. You might also come across this condition when you lose a lot of weight suddenly. These are some instances when tummy tuck will help you the most.
Tummy tuck is sometimes confused with liposuction but there is a difference between the two. In liposuction, the fatty tissues are removed whereas in tummy tuck, the excess tissues and skin are removed. In most cases liposuction is combined with a tummy tuck to help sculpt the hips.
Reasons why you should go for a tummy tuck:
- Post pregnancy fat gain in and around the abdominal region.
- Bulging stomach
- Post weight loss surgery
- You want to keep yourself in good shape.
There are various types of tummy tucks that you can opt for depending on what you are looking for. For example:
- Full tummy tuck: In this procedure, a large incision is made above the pubic bone and typically extends from hip to hip, and then the abdominal skin is tightened. A full tummy tuck usually takes between 2-3 hours.
- Mini tummy tuck: In case of a partial tummy tuck, a comparatively smaller incision is made and the skin or tissue tightening is achieved. The procedure does not take as long as the first but can still take around one to two hours to complete.