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Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Tummy tucks help to flatten and shape the abdomen and waist by removing excess skin and tightening muscles. The result is a firmer tummy and more defined waistline - a yummy mummy. Please note that results from the tummy tuck procedure will likely diminish if women continue to bear children, so we advise patients who plan to become pregnant to delay abdominoplasty.

Perhaps nowhere else on the body is pregnancy more unforgiving than in the abdomen. By stretching and weakening the skin and muscles of the tummy and waist, pregnancy can leave you with loose skin and stretch marks that no amount of exercise will correct. A tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, can help. They may also find that they have lost definition in their waistline. Women who had C-sections may also suffer from areas of fat hanging over their surgical scar. Each of these post-maternity body changes can be improved through an abdominoplasty.

If you would like to find out more about tummy tucks.

Liposuction

Women who also suffer from areas of fat in the abdomen or flanks after pregnancy may benefit from liposuction. New mothers may find that they have pockets of fat in the lower abdomen that do not respond to diet or exercise. Liposuction sculpts the body after pregnancy by removing undesirable, resistant fat from the abdomen, waist, hips, buttocks and/or thighs. It offers the opportunity to slim and contour areas of the body that did not "spring back" to their pre-baby tone. With liposuction, you can minimize areas of fat caused by pregnancy and enhance the curve of the waistline.

If you would like to find out more about Liposuction.

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