Tummy Tuck

So, you’re considering a tummy tuck! You might be considering a tummy tuck because you’ve recently lost a lot of weight and have some extra skin in your midsection that is adding additional inches.  Another reason you might be considering a tummy tuck is that you have a few stubborn inches around your mid-section that no amount of exercise is taking care of.

Regardless of why you’re considering a tummy tuck, you should know some things before you proceed – after all this is a surgical procedure and like other procedures it does come with some risk.

Finding the right Doctor

The first thing you’re going to want to do if you’re considering having a tummy tuck is to find a properly licensed and qualified doctor to perform the tummy tuck.  This is a plastic surgery procedure and you want to make sure that you don’t wind up with unsightly scars because the physician didn’t have the proper training.

Finding the right doctor for your tummy tuck procedure need not be a mystery – you can contact the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) who maintains a record of all qualified plastic surgeons and the fields they specialize in. Just because a surgeon is listed as a plastic surgeon doesn’t always mean they have gone through the extensive training that is required to perform a tummy tuck, nor does it mean that they perform them regularly.

What Tummy Tucks can do

A tummy tuck can not only reduce your waistline but it can also remove unsightly stretch marks by tightening the skin on your abdomen. Let’s face it the older we get the less likely our stomachs are to return to their original shape after having a baby or after significant weight loss.

Tummy tucks help to redefine your tummy and provide you with a flatter, tighter appearing tummy because it brings the muscles back together.

How long does it take?

A tummy tuck can take anywhere between two and five hours depending on the extent of the surgery you want to have.  Fortunately the most common side effect of a tummy tuck is the bruising after surgery and some mild swelling both of which typically go away in a few days.

Risks associated with Tummy Tucks

Like all surgery, tummy tucks do have risks associated with them.  The risk of infection is one that can result in you spending additional time in the hospital (or returning to the hospital after you’ve gone home), you risk having side effects of anesthesia of course as you would with any surgery and tummy tucks may create a risk of bleeding that is difficult to control.

Make sure that before you agree to have a tummy tuck to lose those last few stubborn inches or to smooth out your tummy that you discuss all of the potential risks that are associated with a tummy tuck thoroughly with the surgeon. Making an informed decision to have a tummy tuck is your best way to ensure that you get the care you’re entitled to.

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