Should I have a tummy tuck? Or is there something I could do to make my stomach presentable?! (photo)
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Hi Emilytennesee. Great job on your weight loss. Underneath all that excess skin is a great figure. I believe you can obtain an excellent result by getting a lower body lift. This operation results in a scar all the way around the lower abdomen and upper buttocks. It gives you a tummy tuck, mons lift, lateral thigh lift, butt lift as well as an auto-augmentation of the buttocks and hips if wanted or needed.
You need to see an expert, who does this kind of surgery to have it done. At that same operation other procedures such as breast lift and or augmentation, or arm lift can also be performed. Don't hesitate to look at my website to see what kind of results you can get.
What should I do after loosing all that weight?
Abdominal/Waistline Reshaping after Extreme Weight Loss
Such an amount of weight loss is always going to create the extra amount of loose skin that you currently have. Even though you are young, its surgical removal is the only approach to getting rid of it. There are a variety of procedures to consider from an abdominal panniculectomy, and extended tummy tuck to a circumferential body lift, all with their own unique advantages and disadvantages. Which abdominal reshaping procedure is best for you will be based on your understanding of their advantages and disadvantages which can be best obtained by an actual plastic surgery consultation either in the office or by Skype.
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Should I have a tummy tuck? Or is there something I could do to make my stomach presentable?!
Thoiugh you are quite young only a full tummy tuck would improve your appearance. Best to seek IN PERSON opinions from boarded PSs in your city/state..
Excess abdominal skin after weight loss
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