A tummy tuck, also known as an abdominoplasty, HD liposuction is a tummy tightening procedure that is desired by many women to not only rid redundant belly skin and fat but to improve the aesthetic of the whole body.
Many of our patients that seek a tummy tuck to improve their abdomen are also inspired to have the rest of their body to match. This is what we call a tummy tuck with 360 body contouring.
So you may be questioning the benefits of a tummy tuck with 360 body contouring, and as there is the evident benefit of a tighter tummy and the removal of redundant skin, there are various other benefits. A tummy tuck is a popular procedure for many women, that offers many benefits aesthetically.
Visibly, with a tummy tuck, the abdomen is tightened and leaned, and the belly button is transformed as well to improve the shape. There is also an elimination of belly button hooding that is for elimination of the redundant skin falling over that we often see.
For a tummy tuck with 360 body contouring, the entire body is taken into consideration, from the tummy tuck, to high definition liposuction”>high definition liposuction of the back and flanks, to a brazilian butt lift (BBL). This body contouring may also involve skin tightening depending on the condition of each patient’s skin.
For any tummy tuck or body contouring procedure, it is important for you to find a board-certified surgeon that understands the anatomy as well as the aesthetic of the abdomen and the transitions between all of the body, to provide you with a beautiful result you are very happy with.
Board certified plastic surgeon SurgiSculpt, located in Newport Beach, CA, is a tummy tuck and body contouring specialist.
Having a sculptor of a surgeon, and having so reflected in his before and after photos, reassures many patients that his eye and expertise will result in stunning results.
Please see this 44-year-old patient from Orange, California 3 months status post a full tummy tuck with muscle plication and body contouring, including HD liposuction of the upper, middle, and lower back.