Tummy Tucks

Nip, Tuck And Repair Your Abdomen

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After pregnancy or weight loss, many people struggle to get the flatter stomach they desire. This may be because of excess skin and stubborn fat tissue remaining after the bulk of the work is done, because of damaged abdominal muscles, or a combination of both. Luckily, thanks to modern medicine, both these issues can be […]

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How can a tummy tuck affect one’s quality of life?

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Many men and women consider having a tummy tuck for cosmetic and functional reasons. A recent study in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal in June 2012* asked abdominoplasty patients what having a tummy tuck has done for their quality of life, emotional stability and self-esteem. The study showed that over 84% of patients were […]

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Evidence for Recovery and Outcomes for Liposuction and Tummy Tuck

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Is VASER liposuction better? A recent study in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal (PRS – April 2012)* comparing the results of VASER (Vibration Amplification Sound Energy at Resonance) liposuction with suction-assisted liposuction showed a very small advantage of the VASER in terms of greater skin retraction and slightly less blood loss but a slightly […]

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When a Mini Tummy Tuck or Full Tummy Tuck is Suitable

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A mini tummy tuck is usually a small excision of excess loose skin, while a tummy tuck is typically performed to tighten a weak muscle wall, reshape the abdominal region, and remove excess skin and fat. Men and women alike can develop loose bulging skin and excess deposits of fat in the abdominal region for […]

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