Yes you can, but.... You would have to be evaluated to determine what is bother you specifically. Tightening the abdominal wall may require mesh. Hard to say without an exam. All the best.
Can you have a TT done after a tram-flap performed 13 years ago?
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Tummy tuck after tram?
No it cannot be done..because in effect it was already done. You likely need some revision to touch up of loose skin and liposuction of the fat. You may also consider CoolSculpting or some other non surgical options but this depends on your anatomy. Hope this helps.
Tummy tuck after TRAM
This should not be necessary- the fascia and skin are already pulled tightly after a TRAM flap. If anything, perhaps a smaller skin excision by lower scar +/- Vaser liposuction.
An exam and consultation with a plastic surgeon is recommended to discuss your options and expectations.
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Tummy tuck after a Tram flap
Thanks for this question.
You should, in principle, be able to have a TT after a TRAM. This will really depend on your skin laxity. The chances are that you wont have enough skin unless you have been pregnant or had massive weight gain and or weight loss. The amount of skin removed will likely be less due to previous scar tissue so please discuss scar height and umbilical scar management.
Hello and thank you for your question. It really depends on your abdominal examination and how much skin laxity you have. If you have excess tissue, then you may be a good candidate for a tummy tuck.
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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