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samsperon 04-25-2013 02:30 AM

Tummy tuck doubts
Can anyone explain about Tummy tuck surgery and how many months it will take to recover?

jamesdentor 08-13-2013 03:39 AM

Dear Samsperon There is nothing to doubt in it and its really safer. There are many medical centers offers tummy tuck surgeries which lets you feel much better after it. It reduces excessive fat and helps to be in shape. Such a surgery tummy tuck orange county are very much comfortable and accessible with very advanced and modern minimally-invasive techniques that definitely allows you recover quicker.

lancereser09 09-23-2013 12:27 AM

Tummy tuck surgery is also termed as Abdominoplasty which is a plastic surgery procedure to achieve a flat tummy. the unwanted fat on the abdomen is surgically removed and loose skin will be tightened. Note that this is intended only when you have failed to achieve the goal after trying out weight loss treatments. The recovery will take a month or two but you can resume work after two weeks. Make a slow start in the first two weeks.

monicamontes000 04-11-2014 02:06 AM

Abdominoplasty or the so called “Tummy tuck” refers to the reconstructive and cosmetic process by which the loose front abdominal wall is tightened and redundant skin is removed from the abdomen.

lucky 05-13-2014 12:37 AM

Tummy tuck surgery is the way to tighten the abdominnal skin and eliminate stretch marks, which is ideal for people who have lost a significant amount of weight and are dealing with loose skin and other body contouring issues

sculpthd5352 05-13-2014 01:22 PM

The particular physician can slice ones abdomen by hipbone to be able to hipbone then contours the skin, tissues, as well as lean muscle as required. The particular medical procedures will involve shifting ones stomach button, and you could have to have drainage pontoons below the skin for a few days to weeks.

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