A tummy tuck procedure, or abdominoplasty, removes flabby excess skin around the abdomen and stomach area with possible additional liposuction to remove the remaining fat. Due to losing weight or, after pregnancy, showing stretch marks, the abdominal skin can stretch and sag. Also, the abdominal wall muscles can become more flexible. With age, fat accumulates in the abdomen.
The tummy tuck or abdominoplasty procedure is when the dilated, slack and stretched abdominal skin is removed, and the abdominal wall muscles are tightened to correct the abdomen's appearance. For a tummy tuck, the skin elasticity, the degree of slackening of the skin and the degree of relaxation of the abdominal wall play an important role. Simpler procedures can be considered for people having little trouble with sagging abdominal skin and stretch marks, such as a mini tummy tuck or just liposuction.
Women who have a wish to have children, will have to wait until a year after delivery if they also wish to have a tummy tuck operation. This is to prevent the abdominal skin and abdominal wall muscles from being deformed again during pregnancy.
Tummy Tuck Procedure
The surgeon will show the excess skin by marking on your skin; during surgery the excess skin will be cut away, and the skin will be sewn back together; often a new navel is created.
The scar is made in such a way that it will fall precisely below the bikini line. After about eight months, the scar will fade and be less noticeable. Start applying scar cream after a month to aid recovery.
On request, we are happy to list the prices of this cosmetic treatment in Turkey, the stay, and the travel from the Netherlands.
Are you considering a tummy tuck surgery? We are happy to assist you by providing helpful information, and on request, we will list the prices of this cosmetic treatment in Turkey, our care for you, your luxury stay and your journey to Turkey.
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