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 with a surgeon about an effective treatment plan that considers factors such as:

  • Your physical and mental health
  • Your financial situation and lifestyle
  • Your motivations and expectations for surgery
  • Risks and possible complications of surgery

Taking the extra time to plan and prepare for your plastic surgery procedure is worth it. You will feel confident about your decision rather than anxious.

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