Mini vs full tummy tuck? (Photo)
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Mini Tummy Tuck/Abdominoplasty/Liposuction/Vaser High Definition Procedures/Tummy Tuck Revision
Thank you for your question.
From your photos, you appear to be an excellent candidate for a full tummy tuck with Vaser H definition liposculpture to your hips and back. You should get a great result from liposculpture, giving you a more contoured and hourglass shape with better projection to your buttocks.
Vaser Hi Definition liposuction uses the concepts of negative and positive spaces in relation to the underlying bony and muscle anatomy to define areas such as your six pack and create an athletic looking physique.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam.
Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Thank You for your 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!
Thank you for your question, I would recommend a full tummy tuck with muscle repair, that will give you the best result,consult with a board certified PS, best of luck!
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- Most people are not great candidates for a mini-tummy tuck. You might be the luck one!
- So long as you don't have much muscle separation, then it appears that there is little excess skin above the belly button and no fat requiring liposuction.
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Mini or full tummy tuck: Know your options
The plastic surgeon who has actually seen you and made a recommendation based on a physical exam is in the best position to offer advice, but it is always good to understand all of your options.Liposuction or direct fat removal during the surgery would be done depending on whether there is any localized excess fat. similarly for muscle repair, it is done when needed. Please see the link below for a description of the variations of tummy tucks.
Thank you for your question and the photo. You look like a better candidate for a full Tummy tuck instead of a mini. Best of luck
Full tummy tuck
Mini vs full tummy tuck?
Based on your comments, I would think that she would be happier with a full abdominoplasty. This is really a discussion to have with a surgeon in person at the same time as your examination. You may consider a second opinion before scheduling your surgery.
Mini vs full? Can be a tough decision!
The decision between a mini and a full can be a tough decision-- but just looking at your photo it looks like a full would be better for you... it looks like there is quite a bit of loose skin...
So the thing to do is " DO YOUR HOMEWORK" -- just like you are doing- but in the end, you have to fell comfortable about your choice.
Hello and thank you for your question. The best advice you can receive is from an in-person consultation. Based on your
photograph alone, you may be a candidate for a full tummy tuck with liposuction.
This can be done through a low and short incision, all completely below the
bikini line. Your muscles can also be
plicated resulting in a flat abdomen. Make sure you
specifically look at before and after pictures of real patients who have
had this surgery performed by your surgeon and evaluate their results. The
most important aspect is to find a surgeon you are comfortable with. I
recommend that you seek consultation with a qualified board-certified plastic
surgeon who can evaluate you in person.
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
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