Possible to Have Liposuction One Day then Tummy Tuck Next Day?
- Asked by JoelT in Hibbing, MN
- 4 years ago
Usually you would get the tummy and liposuction together
It doesn't make sense to separate your tummy tuck and liposuction by only one day. If you want to do liposuction and wait to see how it turns out before you procede with a tummy tuck I would recommend waiting at least three months between procedures.
Separate these procedures
It is better to separate these procedures by several weeks. Ask the surgeon with whom you consult as to the safe waiting period in between both procedures.
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Separating Tummy Tuck & Liposuction
There is no advantage to separating a TT and Lipo of love handles by 1 day. Depending on the extensiveness of both procedures, the procedures can either be performed at the same time or should be separated by several weeks to a few months. You should discuss this with your plastic surgeon.
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Liposuction and Tummy Tuck can be done both at the same time
Good question. Depending on a few factors depends on the answer. Love handles usually respond very well to liposuction. I prefer VASER liposuction simply because of the quick recovery. The belly area is at times not good for liposuction simply because some times the fat is not superficial.
JoelT, I would suggest that you schedule an appointment to be examined by a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in the area you live. You can go to the ASPS (American Society of Plastic Surgeons) website to find a doctor. Then he or she can give you advise to get you the result you are looking for.
Good Luck with your search!
They can be done together.
Depending on the amount of fat that is to be removed and whether you need a full or modified tummy tuck, they can be done together. You save time and money. Discuss this with your surgeon.
Do your tummy tuck and liposuction of the abdomen and love handles together
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