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Tummy Tuck Before and After

Tummy Tuck Before and After
Please see this 45-year-old female who demonstrates a natural result.

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Tummy tuck before and after pictures are a very important guide for patients trying to find and choose their perfect board-certified surgeon. Patients who undergo a tummy tuck procedure should demonstrate aesthetically pleasing results, which include a low incision line, an “innie” belly button, and a maximally narrowed waistline.

SurgiSculpt surgeons are well regarded for consistently delivering high-quality tummy tuck results.

A low incision line is the first thing to look for in tummy tuck pictures. Many inexperienced surgeons who perform create high incision lines instead of the ideal low incision line.

A high incision line must be avoided, as it creates a visible incision that sticks out of undergarments and bikini bottoms. Another problem with a misplaced, high incision line is the creation of a “step deformity,” which describes a shelf along the pubic region that is deforming in appearance.

The second thing to look for in tummy tuck photographs is an “innie” belly button. Because the procedure involves creating a new belly button, called a “neo umbilicus,” it is imperative that the neo umbilicus be “innie” versus “outie” for an aesthetically pleasing result.

To construct the ideal “innie” belly button during the , SurgiSculpt himself has developed and patented the “umbilicator.”

The umbilicator allows him to achieve an “innie” belly button since it allows for accurate identification of the belly button stalk, which is a necessity for creating the belly button ring that lies in the shadow of the belly button, as opposed to a ring on the outside where it is visible.

The third thing to look for in tummy tuck pictures is a visibly narrower waist. SurgiSculpt’s “TT” procedure results in a narrower abdominal area that is achieved by strategically limiting the dissection of the skin undermining over the belly.

When the undermining is performed widely, a tenting effect results in the effacement of a narrow waistline.

The last thing to look for in the pictures is proper muscle plication to avoid the dreaded “muffin top deformity” seen in many mishandled tummy tuck cases.

For a woman to achieve an aesthetically pleasing silhouette, the upper abdomen should be concave, and the lower abdomen should be slightly convex. This can only be achieved with appropriate gauging of the muscle tightening performed above the belly button in contrast to below the belly button.

Tummy Tuck Before And After Difference

In summary, the patient must view the results critically when looking at tummy tuck before and after pictures. Patients are therefore encouraged to browse through our website to appreciate the bodily improvements possible with this procedure.

SurgiSculpt surgeons ensure that traditional complications following tummy tucks are avoided; as depicted in these tummy tucks before and after pictures, it is evident that all of his procedures are performed with grace and skill for the ideal result every time. Eliminating excess skin and tightening abdominal muscles are the goals of every tummy tuck surgery. If you have or a stretched-out abdominal wall, we urge you to consider a tummy tuck with our surgeons. You will enjoy eliminating your stretch marks and may be able to complete your tummy tuck with liposuction in certain cases.

How the tummy tuck is done

The tummy tuck starts with the completion of an abdominal skin flap to expose the abdominal muscles. Then the abdominal surgery will require the tightening of stretched-out muscles. Finally, if you have undergone bariatric surgery and have extra skin globally, you may add a body lift to your surgical procedures to eliminate the extra skin created following . If you are concerned about the appearance of your belly, we recommend that you consider a tummy tuck consultation today.

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