Category Archives: Tummy Tuck

Mini Tummy Tuck: The Perfect Balance

Many people are unsure of whether or not they need a full tummy tuck. Those who come to The Plastic Surgery Group for a tummy tuck in Albany know that we view tummy tuck procedures on a continuum. Personalizing Your Procedure We assess each individual’s needs and determine the extent of surgery appropriate to achieve the best results. At the comprehensive…

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What’s the Limit on Combined Procedures?

I’ve observed a growing trend toward combining surgeries such as breast augmentation and tummy tuck– al so known as a “Mommy Makeover” – at my Seattle practice. Combined plastic surgery reduces your exposure to anesthesia, and can reduce overall recovery time while providing a more comprehensive result. But how much is too much? That depends on the procedure. It is…

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The Diet Dilemma

Many people who lose weight through diet and exercise find that excess skin deters them from fully enjoying their new bodies. If you’re one of those people, you’re not alone. You may be surprised to learn that a number of people faced with this frustration come to me for a tummy tuck in Louisiana to achieve the flat, toned abdomen…

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Different Tummies, Different Tummy Tucks

The tummy tuck is a very popular procedure, and one that most patients find extremely rewarding due to the dramatic impact it has on appearance. When I perform tummy tuck in Dallas, I modify the procedure to provide the greatest benefit to each individual patient. Options to fit the patient’s particular needs include: Full tummy tuck: This type of abdominoplasty…

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Can You Benefit From a Tummy Tuck?

I perform tummy tuck in Orange County for women and men with a specific set of concerns. It is not a weight loss procedure, and it isn’t necessary if the only concern is isolated fat in the midsection. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your midsection, this highly effective surgery could be right for you if you need…

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