Make a Partial Abdominoplasty Your Next Priority
Everyone aims to attain a perfect body. All you want is a fantastic body that will not only impress others but boost your confidence to an incredible level. Losing fat is one way to get close to your goal. However, anyone with the experience of shedding fat from their body knows that fat is not the only thing that contributes to your body structure.
A toned body is difficult to attain, even for those who have shed a lot of fat, as an immense amount of loose skin is left after dramatic weight loss. This is a very common problem. The loose skin around your tummy makes it impossible for you to sport the fantastic bikini that you have bought for the day out in the beach. So what can be done? One option is a partial abdominoplasty.
A partial abdominoplasty, or mini tummy tuck, is a procedure to shape, trim, and tone the lower abdomen. It can bear a long-term result if you are able to maintain a steady diet and exercise regimen. Partial abdominoplasty has shown remarkable success in the field of plastic surgery, and it is being chosen by more and more patients all over the world.
A mini tummy tuck, or partial abdominoplasty, is a less invasive procedure than the full tummy tuck. It involves making a small incision across the lower abdomen of the patient. Unlike with the full tummy tuck, the navel is left intact.
As a result, a partial abdominoplasty is quite safe, and the recovery time is shorter compared to other more invasive plastic surgeries. The safety involved with this procedure has made it a popular choice, with many opting for it to gain a toned area around the waist.
If you are wondering whether a mini tummy tuck is the right choice for you or not then you will benefit from these information. The first thing that you need to do to understand whether you need a partial abdominoplasty is consult with an experienced and qualified plastic surgeon.
These are some criteria that determine whether or not a patient would be a good candidate for the mini tummy tuck:
• The patient is in overall good health.
• The patient is within 10% of their recommended body weight.
• The patient has maintained a stable body weight for more than six months.
• The patient has maintained a proper diet and exercise routine on a daily basis.
• The patient has loose skin, excess fat, and/or drooping muscle tissue that is not being effectively addressed through diet and exercise.
• The patient is emotionally stable.
The partial abdominoplasty is a perfect procedure for those who want to correct a lower abdomen that looks saggy and protruded.
Arrange a Partial Abdominoplasty Consultation to Find Out More
If you are interested in learning more about the partial abdominoplasty procedure, including the full details of your surgery and the post-surgical healing process, it’s time to meet with a skilled professional. Dr. Della Bennett is a well-respected board-certified plastic surgeon with years of experience. Contact us today to set up your consultation.