Category Archives: Tummy Tuck

Pregnancy after Tummy Tuck

The issue of pregnancy after a tummy tuck in Dallas is complicated. Although having a tummy tuck before you become pregnant will not be problematic for your pregnancy, it may affect the benefits from your procedure. The abdominal walls that were tightened during tummy tuck surgery are again stretched with pregnancy, thereby negating the effects of surgery. In addition, if…

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When to Choose a Mini Tummy Tuck

A “mini” tummy tuck may sound like a half measure, compromising results for a smaller procedure. This isn’t entirely accurate. More precisely, a mini tummy tuck is a surgery crafted for the needs of a certain group of patients and can be just what they need to accomplish their goals. How a Mini Tummy Tuck is Different Like a full…

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Planning a Tummy Tuck

Thinking about the upcoming spring and summer months and bikini season? You’re not alone: I typically see a rise in patients during the spring and summer, especially for popular procedures such as a tummy tuck in Seattle. But impulsively having plastic surgery just to meet a “summer deadline” may have serious consequences. Plastic surgery requires physical and psychological preparation. Consult…

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Tummy Tucks for Sagging Stomachs

You’ve dieted endlessly. You’ve performed sit-ups and crunches until you’re aching. Still, you’re plagued by excess skin and fat around your midsection. It’s a common problem, and it’s time you discovered how a tummy tuck in Baltimore can give you the whittled waistline and slim silhouette you want after all of that hard work. A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is…

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A Scarless Tummy Tuck?

I have had several people ask me if there is any way to perform a “scarless” tummy tuck. Although there is no way to completely avoid a scar, the degree of scarring can be lessened with a popular Baltimore abdominoplasty surgery called the “mini tummy tuck.” What Is a Mini Tummy Tuck? A mini tummy tuck is a modified version…

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