How can I get rid of my loose abdomial skin from my pregnancy without surgery? I am 24 and have a 5 yr old. I had a c section with him yet the area around the incision is tight and firm, it's the area around my belly button that has remained loose even after exercise and creams. I've researched Thermage and Titan which aren't permanent, is my only option a Tummy Tuck?
How to Get Rid of Loose Skin Around Belly Button?
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Loose Skin Removal
Loose skin around the belly button is best treated with Tummy Tuck
Thank you for submitting your question and photograph. From your photographs it appears you are a good candidate for a tummy Tuck.
Nonsurgical options will not give you a significant result. A limited umbilicoplasty, that is an operation on the belly button alone will create scarring and will bunch the tissues around the belly button and you will not be happy with the appearance.
Consult a plastic surgeon who is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, experienced, and has an excellent reputation in your community.
Unfortunately, tummy tuck is probably the only way you will regain your body. It should not only remove the excess skin but also flatten your tummy because I put the muscles together again in the center. This also will give you more of a waist line. Right now, it is straight down on the sides with no curves. I am offering a temporary price reduction for all cosmetic surgery as well as excellent financing. Watch my video!
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Tummy Tuck is your BEST option
You gave significant tummy skin looseness with stretch marks suggesting skin damage coupled with fat deposits of the hips and waist. A Full Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) with liposuction of the back and hips would flatten the tummy, narrow and shape the waist, define the lower back (aka back scoop surgery) and upper buttocks, lift a sagging Mons pubis and smooth any upper anterior thigh cellulite.
NO nonsurgical treatment can match these capabilities.
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