Am I a candidate for a tummy tuck? Four c-sectoins and BMI of 35. (photo)
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Based on the photos provided it is difficult to advise. Based on the fact you have had 4 children you will most likely be a good candidate for tummy tuck procedure. Contact a plastic surgeon in your area that specializes in the tummy tuck procedure to discuss your aesthetic goals.
Candidate for tummy tuck
I would say you are a candidate for a tummy tuck and probably a tightening of your muscles.Whenever there is loose skin the only alternative to get rid of it is to cut it away.you can't shrink wrap it.It is an outpatient procedure.Happy New Year.
Am I a candidate for a tummy tuck? Four c-sectoins and BMI of 35.
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With the attached picture it is difficult to advise an in person consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon that specializes in Tummy Tuck or Mommy Makeover would be your best bet.
Are you a candidate?
To best help you, please send in some pictures consisting of a front, back, left and right side view of your body in order to determine which procedures and techniques would be best for your case and that way come out with the best review.
Am I a candidate for a tummy tuck? Four c-sections and BMI of 35.
Find a plastic surgeon who performs hundreds of tummy tuck procedures each year. Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
Tummy tuck after 4 c-sections
After 4 pregnancies you will need to have your abdominal muscles tightened in addition to removal of the excess skin. Be sure to see a Plastic Surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and insist on seeing a complete portfolio of pre- and post-op pictures so you can gauge your surgeon's experience level and the results that are reasonable to expect.
BMI 30 or less for safe tummy tuck surgery
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