Tummy tuck or lip or both?
Thank you for your question. you will need full tummy tuck. Tummy Tuck operation is performed under general anesthesia and it takes to perform the procedure nearly 3 hours when it is performed by a team of plastic surgeons. It is really important to decrease the operation duration to give less anesthesia to the patient yielding a better postoperative period to the patient. You will be advised not to eat 6 hours before the surgery and that is all! You will get a physical examination by your surgeon and anesthetist. After the examination; we will prepare you for the surgery. You will receive a sedation in order to reduce the preoperative anxiety and fell yourself more comfortable.
Tummy tuck or lip or both? (photos)
Hello. I'm so sorry for your loss. Regarding your photos and question, I suggest both a #tummytuck and #liposuction would satisfy your needs. Thank you for sharing them! The important piece is to make sure you receive evaluations from a couple of board certified plastic surgeons, discuss your desires and any concerns, ask for previous client testimonies plus before and after pictures. Don't make a hasty decision based on costs. Choose a BCPS that is a good fit for you! Best wishes!
Tummy tuck and liposuction
Sorry about your difficult history. From your picture a tummy tuck would be the right procedure and you can add liposuction for improved contour. I would recommend having a consultation with an experienced board certified plastic surgeon to determine a plan that fits you the best.
Thanks for sharing your question. I can
appreciate your concern.
In your case both procedures should be needed to obtain an adequate outcome.
Finally, make sure that you have a
consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon.
Wishing you the best in your journey
Tummy tuck or lip or both?
Thank you for your description of your history and sorry about the loss of your baby. Your photos suggest that you would be an excellent candidate for a tummy tuck to reduce and tighten the front and some liposuction to trim and thin the waist are in back. Find a reputable plastic surgeon and research their credentials and experience. Good luck.
Tummy tuck or lip or both?
Based on your pictures, you would have a great result with a combination of liposuction and tummy tuck to reshape your midsection.
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Thank you for your question.
Based on your goals, you may want to consider a
full abdominoplasty with supplemental liposuction.
I'd recommend booking a consultation with a
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon to determine what your options would be.
There is no substitute for a detailed physical exam, and there is only so much one can determine from photos; but it seems you would be best served by a combination of tummy tuck and liposuction. It appears that you have some extra thickness in the subcutaneous tissue plane in the midline - that's where the liposuction comes in. And you clearly have excess overlapping skin and stretch marks as well as stretched out abdominal muscles - that's where the tummy tuck comes in. Either procedure by itself would only partially correct these problems. I suggest a consultation with an experienced board-certified Plastic Surgeon to determine what is best for you.
Best of luck.
Tummy Tuck/Liposuction /Mommy Makeover
You will get the best answer to your question by
scheduling an in person consultation with a plastic surgeon certified by the
American Board of Plastic Surgery and discuss your unique situation and
concerns. The surgeon would meet with you, examine you, physically feeling the
tissue, assessing your desired outcome, taking a full medical history, and
discussing the pros and cons of each operative procedure in person and what to
realistically expect. Then you can make an informed decision on which
procedure(s) to start with according to your desires, recovery time necessary,
your history and current health.
Communicate your goals carefully with your
plastic surgeon, standing in front of the mirror with your surgeon and go over
your areas of concern with your plastic surgeon. Keep in mind that liposuction
surgery is simply a tool often used during this type of surgery to improve
contour of certain areas. I often thin out areas of fat, such as the
flanks (love handles) and pubic area before the actual tummy tuck portion to be
able to pull and contour the waist into a more hour glass shape and make sure
that a puffy pubic area is avoided after the tummy is completely healed and
nice and tight so is the pubic area making for a fantastic result. However,
each body is individual and each has separate needs and goals. Be sure you have
chosen a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon and discuss the pros and cons of all
procedures and I am sure you will have a beautiful outcome!
Hello dear, thanks for your question.
Based on your pictures I recommend to combine liposuction and tummy
tuck. The combination of a liposuction with the a traditional tummy tuck
become a very common procedure. It is safe to combine the two procedures
mainly to address the hip and flank areas. This is a very effective way
to extenuate the contour of the waist along with the abdominoplasty. It
is also important to realize that there is usually a limit on how much
fat can be remove in a combined procedure. Patient should have
consultations with a Plastic Surgeon that is board certified and
discuss this combination and have
their questions answered by a well trained professional. Good luck :)