Tummy Tuck
Tummy Tuck
Tummy tuck is one of the most popular and effective methods used in the field of abdominal and belly aesthetics. ...
Tummy Tuck
Tummy tuck is one of the most popular and effective methods used in the field of abdominal and belly aesthetics. The abdominal muscles and the skin in the abdominal area cannot return to their previous state, especially after pregnancy. This can lead to deformations in the abdomen and an unattractive overall appearance.

Abdominal surgery is the preferred and most precise method to eliminate this undesired appearance and restore the abdominal area to its former state. During this procedure, loose and sagging abdominal skin is repaired. Simultaneously, excess fat is removed to help the patient achieve a flat abdomen.
How Is Tummy Tuck Surgery Performed?
The doctor selects the surgical path to be followed based on radiological imaging and comprehensive evaluations. Firstly, an incision is made in the area known as the cesarean section scar, and it is used to remove damaged and sagging skin in the region up to the navel. Then, the skin in the upper area of the navel is stretched downwards. During this process, the navel's position is reestablished to be in the correct place.

If there is a problem with excess fat accumulation in addition to looseness and sagging, the liposuction method is also used. As a result of the operation, problems like abdominal sagging caused by excessive weight gain or loss, as well as stretch marks on the skin, are also eliminated.
How Long Does Tummy Tuck Surgery Take?
The duration of tummy tuck surgeries can vary depending on the width of the patient's abdominal area. The average operation lasts for 3-3.5 hours, but it can extend to 4 hours for patients with a larger abdominal area. Mini tummy tuck surgeries are quicker and are preferred for patients with minor issues, including sagging and looseness. A mini tummy tuck surgery typically takes around 1.5 hours.
How Does Pregnancy Affect Tummy Tuck Surgery?
A procedure like tummy tuck does not harm the ability to become pregnant or the pregnancy process.

Mothers considering pregnancy should inform their doctors about their treatment history before deciding to undergo the procedure, as a new pregnancy can potentially lead to renewed sagging and stretch marks.
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