Almost everyone knows what a tummy tuck is these days, and with the advances in medicine, they are the best solution for people dealing with unwanted skin and fat around the abdomen. While you might already have an idea of what a tummy tuck is, you may not be aware of all the benefits a tummy tuck can provide.
For many women and men who have lost a significant amount of weight or who have gone through childbirth, they could be dealing with a lot of extra skin and fat on the stomach. The tummy tuck procedures we perform at Gawley Plastic Surgery are terrific solutions for these potential patients. A tummy tuck can provide you with the body you envision.
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In the past, the tummy tuck procedure was fairly similar for every patient. Today, your surgeon will consult with you extensively to make sure he understands all of your appearance goals. Afterward, he will design your tummy tuck procedure so that you have the results you desire.
A tummy tuck isn’t just about removing skin and fat from the abdomen area. A tummy tuck can also tighten the stomach muscles that have become weakened over time. If you have lost a lot of weight or if you have had multiple pregnancies, the stomach muscles could be so distended that no amount of exercise will correct them. In these cases, our surgeons can surgically tighten the stomach muscles so that you have a flatter, healthier belly.
We have met with many tummy tuck patients who have used their tummy tuck as a capstone to their weight loss efforts. At the same time, many people find that tummy tuck procedures provide them with motivation for staying healthy and maintaining their body contour.
If you live in the Phoenix, Arizona area and have been considering a tummy tuck procedure, please contact Gawley Plastic Surgery today to schedule your initial consultation.
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