What can be done to get this body right? (Photos)
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You may be a good candidate for liposuction and a tummy tuck.
VASER Hi Definition Liposuction / Body Contouring with Fat Grafting and Tummy Tuck
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Get This Body Right
There are many body contouring procedures that can be offered to you. In general, for your thighs, circumferential thigh liposuction with a vertical thigh lift will improve the shape. Calf liposuction may be performed. For the flat buttocks, a pursestring gluteoplasty or liposuction with fat grafting (Brazilian Butt Lift) may provide a good shape. For the abdomen, a tummy tuck with muscle plication will remove the extra skin and tighten the abdominal wall. For your breasts, implants will provide volume, and a breast lift (if you need it, can't tell based on the pictures) will place the areolae in a proper position overtop the implant.
I recommend you consult with a local/regional plastic surgeon with extensive body contouring experience to discuss your goals, and they will come up with a good plan for you. Best of luck!
Dr. Dan Krochmal
Body make-over after major weight loss
- I am so very sorry your gynecologist made unhelpful comments and no positive suggestions
- First, contact his office and ask the name of the disorder.
- You may have something called polycystic ovarian syndrome for which there are various treatments.
- Also consult a plastic surgeon - you need a full body exam, discussion of the areas you don't like and your surgical options.
- After losing so much weight (well done), and given your photos, it is very likely that a tummy tuck will make a dramatic improvement - and liposuction will be extremely disappointing.
- But - a face-to-face exam will give you the most reliable information.
Best wishes - Elizabeth Morgan MD PHD FACS
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