Laser Tummy Tuck
Laser Tummy Tuck: What You Need to Know
A tummy tuck is a procedure that removes excess fat and skin on the abdominal area. Also called abdominoplasty, it is performed in order to flatten a loose or sagging abdomen caused by pregnancy, sudden weight loss, aging and/or previous surgery.
If you are healthy, maintain a stable weight and have realistic expectations then you are more than likely qualified for a tummy tuck. However, if you have future plans for pregnancy, it is best that you postpone your plan for a tummy tuck.
Laser tummy tucks like any form of cosmetic surgery is a very personal decision that should not be made to please others. More importantly, it should not be seen as a substitute to healthy weight losing practices such as good exercise programs and healthy diets.
Abdominoplasty is traditionally done “under a surgeon’s knife.” But now, it can be done non-surgically in a procedure widely known as laser tummy tuck. Does this work and what exactly does it do? A Laser tummy tuck is a proven procedure for flattening the abdomen by melting excess fats, tightening abdominal skin, and making the abdominal surface even.
Laser Tummy Tuck vs. Surgical Abdominoplasty
A Laser tummy tuck has its own unique advantages over similar procedures. There are no surgical scars, quick recovery periods, on fteless painful, and does not require major surgery for flattening the stomach.
Laser tummy tuck also have an advantage over liposuction. Liposuction is effective in removing excess abdominal fat but does nothing in removing wrinkled skin above the abdomen. A Laser tummy tuck on the other hand, evens the abdominal surfaces to give it a regular and flat appearance.
The idea of using a laser to sculpt the body has been around for many years. Yet it has only been practiced after being proved safe and effective. Years of research and testing have been done to ensure the safety of patients.
The changes that a laser tummy tuck can bring are often observed almost immediately. It is a proven treatment that both works for young and the older patients (including those who are already in their 70’s).
Health professionals maintain that nothing beats a good lifestyle and healthy diet. So unless you think that a laser tummy tuck is definitely for you and have your physicians consent, then sticking to a healthy lifestyle is your best option.