Tummy Tuck

Dr. Sacha Obaid, Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Serving Dallas, Plano, Southlake, and Nearby Fort Worth, Texas

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The abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, is one of the most popular plastic surgeries in the country. The stomach area can be difficult to tone, and loose skin from pregnancy or massive weight loss can’t be addressed through diet and exercise. The tummy tuck can help you regain your figure by excising loose skin and tightening the abdominal wall. The recovery period for a tummy tuck is a crucial part of the process to get optimal results.

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Abdominoplasty, also called "tummy tuck," is one of the most popular types of plastic surgery available, especially for new mothers and those who have lost a large amount of weight. Pregnancy and excessive weight gain both stretch the skin, and after the baby is born or the weight is lost, that stretched skin may not snap back into place.

If you've decided to have an abdominoplasty (AKA tummy tuck)—or if you're thinking about having one—it's important to understand how the procedure works and how you can prepare for your best results. Learning about tummy tuck risks before your consultation with Dr. Obaid will help you come prepared with the questions you want to ask your surgeon. If you're properly prepared, you're much more likely to come through your tummy tuck with flying colors, looking and feeling great!

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Abdominoplasty, also called a tummy tuck, is a procedure where excess skin is removed from around your abdominal area. This common cosmetic procedure is great for tightening the midsection to give it a lean, trim look. If you're thinking about having a tummy tuck, it's important to know that there are multiple kinds of tummy tucks. All of them can improve the way your abdominal area looks, but each kind is different in terms of two things:

The timeline for your recovery from a tummy tuck depends on a few different things, including your physical health and what kind of tummy tuck you have. Most people find they need a few weeks to recover from the procedure. If the tummy tuck involves tightening the abdominal muscles, full healing can take several months.

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