Tummy Tuck

How to get better looking abs with a little help

Have you ever felt after looking at yourself in the mirror that your abs aren’t quite as tight as they used to be? That your belly isn’t quite as toned or flat as before? It’s inevitable that over time, our bodies start to age and with aging comes sagging and loose skin. If you’ve ever had kids, you’ve probably noticed that it’s harder to keep that figure you used to have. Although you may try your best through exercise and dieting to get that body you’ve dreamed of, it’s sometimes not even possible to get there without a little help from your plastic surgeon.

Now, we aren’t saying that a tummy tuck is a substitute for diet or exercise, but it might just be that little bit of help that you need to get that figure in check. Doctors will tell you that even if you’re in great health, your body alone isn’t going to get there without surgery as our bodies aren’t always equipped with the tools necessary to get the job done.

“The most important decision you need to make when considering a tummy tuck is choosing the right doctor for the job” – American Board of Cosmetic Surgery

The Results Speak for Themselves

Don’t hesitate to ask Dr. Beraja about getting a Tummy Tuck

Before a Tummy Tuck
After a Tummy Tuck

How does it work?

When you get a tummy tuck, the surgeon will remove excess fat and skin from the abdominal area. This, in most cases, actually helps strengthen your abdominal muscles which leads to a leaner, smoother, and firmer look.

The doctor will apply anesthesia to make sure you don’t feel a thing during surgery making sure you are given the best sedation for your procedure. An incision is made between the public hairline and belly button whose size is based on the amount of excess skin being removed. Once lifted, the muscles underneath are repaired. Any excess skin is trimmed and the rest is sutured together. From there you’re done! All you need to do is rest after your procedure to get the look you’ll love.

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