Many men and women find themselves with stretched flabby tummies. This can be the result of weight loss or the aging process, when muscles weaken and skin loses its elasticity. Multiple pregnancies can create the same unflattering effect for women. The ideal candidate for a tummy tuck is someone who is not terribly overweight or someone who has extra fat in the abdominal area that does not respond to diet and exercise.
Abdominoplasty is performed under general anesthesia. Most patients will be sent home the same day. The procedure involves tightening the abdominal muscles and removing the excess skin and fat from the lower abdomen. After surgery, there will be some soreness and discomfort that can usually be controlled with medication.
Most patients are up and about in a day or two after surgery; however, your activities will be limited for several weeks. An elastic binder is worn around the abdomen for support for a minimum of two weeks. Some patients also have drainage tubes that they care for themselves for about a week. Patients will need to restrict most physical activities, like yard work, sports, and aerobic activities for at least four weeks. Returning to work can vary from two to four weeks, depending on the patient’s job. Afterwards, patients are seen with a flatter, trimmer abdomen.
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