Pubic Fullness and a prominent Mons addressed during Tummy Tuck with a pubic-lift
A prominent mons can cause many problems with the fit of clothing and is a significant area of concern for many women who have had children or undergone large massive weight-loss. Occasionally, when drooping of the mons is not a concern, simple liposuction can alleviate the problem. But more often, there is some skin laxity in the pubic area in addition to the fullness. In such cases, a pubic-lift is performed at the time of the tummy tuck surgery. The tummy tuck incision is kept low (which allows for a lift of the mons by removing excess skin). If there is excess fullness after this is done, liposuction of the mons is performed during the same operation. Bottom line, with some planning with your surgeon, you should be able to have the problem corrected. RB
Mons pubis lipo would be a reasonable option for your shape
The deciding factor would be whether you want to achieve a tight look or merely a deflated look. Many women opt for a combo of lipo and mons lift tightening to treat fullness and achieve tightness at the same time. A tummy tuck would only be required if you want the rest of your abdomen tightened at the same time.
The answer is in the eye of the beholder
Congratulations on your weight loss.
The answer to your question is based on what you want to achieve.
If the mons is what bothers you, then resection and possibly liposuction to the area should be the answer to your concerns.
If the belly has a stronger presence in your concerns, then a tummy tuck will be the solution. This procedure should address both of your concerns.
Caution: wait until you are done with your weight loss. This will give you the best perspective and final outcome.
Keep the great work.
Best luck with your process.
Pubic mound reduction and monsplasty in Los Angeles
Our office specializes in monsplasty procedures using liposuction to reduce the 'camel toe' and decrease the size of the mons pubis.
Tummy Tuck and Large Mons?
The tummy tuck by itself does not resolve a bulky mons area. Additional Liposuction of this area is necessary to debulk the area.
Thank you for your question and for the photos. It looks like you would be a good candidate for a tummy tuck and Mons-plasty, which would resect some excess Mons skin and suction out some excess fat. If the abdomen does not bother you, then a lesser procedure just addressing the lower abdomen and pubic area could be done, albeit with the same incision.
Tummy Tuck Combined with Mons Reduction
You would do well with a tummy tuck that is combined with liposuction of the mons and also incorporates a lift. That is marked out before surgery to include those elements as part of your tummy tuck.
Which Procedure for Pubic Area?
There are options but I recommend a short scar excision and liposuction of the pubic area. Best to obtain in person evaluations.
Thank you for the question and the pictures. The pubic area from the picture has excess fat and ptosis. The treatment is tummy tuck. During the procedure the the pubic area is liposuction is performed to remove the excess fat. In your case if you lose the weight you may not need to have the fat removed. The skin of the pubic area will then have to be lifted. This is performed by appropriate marking of the abdomen before the surgery were the scar is placed low in abdomen which will allow the pubic skin to move to its appropriate level.
Treatment of the mons pubis can be with a tummy tuck or lipo
Mons pubis can be treated with liposuction, however when it seems like it will leave behind excess loose skin, skin tightening is the way to go. A tummy tuck will do that. If you do not want to get a tummy tuck, then simply excision of the skin itself will do.