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Tummy Tuck: Results After Stomach Plastic Operation – 2022

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Tummy Tuck: Results After Stomach Plastic Operation

It can take up to 3 months before you can see the final result of your tummy tuck / abdominal plastic surgery.

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Hanging and sagging abdominal skin, stretch marks, or sagging abdominal wall can occur after weight loss, pregnancy, or previous abdominal surgery. Abdominal plastic surgery / tummy tuck will remove these nuisances and will recreate a flat stomach with a tight abdominal wall and a more attractive and harmonious body shape.

There are often many fat deposits on the stomach – and the fat deposits can make the flabby stomach look even worse. With a cosmetic tightening of the skin, we can give you a beautiful, youthful belly. It is also especially needed if the stomach after childbirth has become limp – perhaps even limp abdominal skin with stretch marks. People who are significantly overweight or people who are planning a weight loss in the future are advised to wait with this surgery until the weight is reduced to the desired level.

Most often, liposuction is used in combination with tummy tuck to remove excess belly fat.

You can also combine tummy tuck with breast surgery called Mommy Makeover.

Why Should You Choose Stomach Plastic?

  • Excess or sagging abdominal skin with leading both physical and mental nuisances.
  • Stomach that protrudes and is out of proportion to the rest of the body.
  • Abdominal muscles that have been stretched or relaxed.
  • Excess adipose tissue concentrated on the stomach.
  • Stretch marks after weight loss or pregnancy.

Results After Stomach Plastic Operation

It can take up to 3 months before you can see the final result of your tummy tuck / abdominal plastic surgery. Your stomach will be firmer and you will feel more comfortable in your clothes.

Unless you are gaining or losing a lot of weight or getting pregnant, the result will be unchanged for the rest of your life.

Stomach Operation

On the day of surgery itself, you should have taken a bath before and you should avoid creams and make-up. It is also a really good idea to have some loose-fitting clothes with you, just as you must remember your toiletry bag if you have to spend the night with us in connection with the hospitalization.

When the abdominal operation is to be started, the incision is drawn just below the panty edge, so that the scar will subsequently be hidden under the panty edge. We can also combine the cut in the panty edge with a vertical cut – a Fleur-de-Lis. This combination allows us to remove the maximum amount of skin and at the same time give you a really nice waist. You can expect the stomach operation to take 2-3 hours.

If your vertical muscles have gone apart, then these will be sewn together with lasting threads, which reduces your waist measurement by up to 10 cm. This gives you a noticeably flatter belly and a narrower waist.

If you have a lot of fat deposits on the flanks and on the upper part of the stomach, we can liposuction this. But to avoid tissue death in the skin, we are always very careful and therefore also refrain from excessive liposuction.

We lay a drain before the end of the operation. Thus you avoid accumulation of fluid. Before discharge – or the day after – we remove the drains. But if there is a lot of liquid, we leave the drains for several days. We also put in a bladder catheter if you need to be under general anesthesia. We remove this in the evening or the next morning. Before you are discharged, you must be able to leave the water completely natural.


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