I had 4 sections. The last was a low classical incision. My upper abs are in ok good condtion with planks, crunches and a maybe slight liposuction it would look good. My lower abdomen is very loose and has a odd look to it and it hangs really bad. Wearing A bikini you would never know how different the bottom half looks like. My belly button looks odd also
Could I get lipo on the top and a Mini tummy tuck on the bottom. (photos)
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Could I get lipo on the top and a Mini tummy tuck on the bottom
Thank you for your question.
If you have a big belly that makes you unhappy and you are not happy about the look of it, if you have experienced skin sagging on your abdominal area after a weight loss, if you are unhappy with the sagged look of your abdominal area after the pregnancy, if you had a liposuction operation and now your belly is sagged; then you can get benefit from a Tummy Tuck operation.
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
Thank you for the pictures and questions. Based on the pictures you submitted it looks as if you would benefit from a full tummy tuck. I suggest consulting with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in your area. Best of Luck!
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Mini tummy tuck could include lipo to the upper abdomen
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
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