Tummy Tuck

The name holds no secrets. A Tummy Tuck (or Abdominoplasty, for its clinical name) is exactly that: a surgical procedure which aims the removal of excess fat and loose, hanging skin, tucking it back together. It also restores weakened or separated muscles, tightening your abdominal profile for a smoother and firmer waistline contour.

What is Tummy Tuck?

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Despite good health and a reasonable level of fitness, some people may still have a body with disproportionate contours due to localized fat deposits. These areas may be due to family traits rather than a lack of weight control or fitness. We are able to improve your body contours and proportion by removing excess fat deposits or by injecting your own fat into desired areas, ultimately enhancing your self-image. Tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, the surgery addresses problems of excess fat and skin and is extremely beneficial for those having abdominal laxity. This procedure can help rectify a very saggy abdomen where our surgeon can make it smooth, flat and strong.

All Arm, Buttock & Thigh Procedures

Very thin patients who don’t have enough fat for fat transfers are good candidates for implants.
Also known as autologous fat transfer, this is a process where injectable fat is collected via liposuction from your own body, such as abdomen or thighs, and then injected into buttocks. The use of one’s own fat as a filler can be advantageous because there is no chance of an allergic reaction.
If fitness efforts have not helped you for a firmer and proportional body, a body lift might be right for you. The surgical procedure reduces excess skin and fat for a smoother and better-proportioned body contours.
Liposuction is performed through small, inconspicuous incisions. First, sterile liquid solution is injected into the area where the fat is to be removed. Then a thin hollow tube, or cannula, is inserted through these incisions The dislodged fat is then suctioned out of the body using a surgical vacuum or syringe attached to the cannula
Keloids and hypertrophic scars are often treated by injections to shrink the scar. If injection treatment is inadequate, our surgeon and remove the scar tissue and close the wound so that it heals in a less visible pattern. In the event of contractures or other severe cases, we provide Z-plasty, skin grafting and flap surgery.