Temporary fix! 26 y/o AA 3.5 months postpartum (gestational carrier), 2 pregnancies, lipo 2015 before embryo transfer? (Photos)
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Full tummy tuck
The amount of excess skin typically determines the length of the incision required to remove that excess skin. As a general rule, a short incision only allows a small amount of skin removal. A longer incision and resulting scar (as in a full tummy tuck) will allow the surgeon to remove more skin and tighten the entire abdominal wall. This is the important thing to consider when looking at this type of surgery. Don't compromise the results with a shorter scar if it won't deliver the results you want. A consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon with an expertise in tummy tucks and body contouring should be able to show you what you can expect. In my practice in the San Francisco Bay Area I have come to the conclusion that the happiest patients are those that have realistic expectation on what a procedure will and won’t do for them. Good luck!
Dean Vistnes, M.D.
Vistnes Plastic Surgery
San Francisco Bay Area
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Thank you for your question and the photos. i would go for a full Tiummy Tuck to improve all the excessive skin that you have in the abdomen area. Best of luck
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