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Anyone who’s had a baby or experienced fast weight loss will know what it’s like to look in the mirror and feel self conscious about the excess skin or stretchmarks around the abdominal area. This embarrassment can restrict what you wear and even where you go.
Don’t let your tummy dictate to you. A tummy tuck will effectively give you back the sleek, contoured body you had previously.
Under general anaesthetic, your abdomen will be cut in order for the surgeon to access the skin tissue and muscle inside.
Once the contouring has taken place, you will be stitched up and it’s possible you’ll be hooked up to drainage tubes for a few days.
The operation lasts 2 to 3 hours and you’ll be in hospital for 1-2 nights. Expect to be off work for 2-3 weeksWhat happens during the operation?
You will have general anaesthetic. Your loose, lower abdominal skin will be removed and your slack tummy muscles will be tightened and returned to the midline. Stretch marks will be moved downwards and hidden as the skin is stretched.
Our team can help you decide whether a tummy tuck is appropriate for you, as well as show you how you could look before next Summer. Get in touch to find out more.