Abdominoplasty is the best way to treat abdominal prolapse and obesity


treat abdominal prolapse and obesityAbdominoplasty is the best way to treat abdominal prolapse and obesity(abdominoplasty in Iran)
 


Tummy Tuck operation time: 2-4 hours
Tummy Tuck Surgery location: Cosmetic Surgery Hospital or Clinic
Analgesia: general anesthesia
Method of treatment: open surgery
 Suture site and surgical incision: Abdominal / not visible
Duration of rest and leave from work: 10-15 days
Observation of the effect of the operation: Immediately after the operation / after reducing the inflammation for 1-2 months, it fully shows its surgical effects
Sustainability of Tummy Tuck operation: Permanent / need to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle
Hospitalization: 1-2 days
Approximate cost of Tummy Tuck: $ 1800-3800
Other services: Hotel - Medical visa - Translator - Transfer
 
Free services: telemedicine / digital medical records / free skin and hair care workshops


 

What is Abdominoplasty or Tummy Tuck? Application, side effects and benefits of Tummy Tuck operation

Abdominoplasty Slimming Surgery (Tummy Tuck) The newest abdominal slimming operation

Abdominoplasty is a slimming procedure that gives you a flat stomach by removing excess fat and skin and tightening the muscles of the abdominal wall. This surgery is also known as Tummy Tuck.

 

Tummy Tuck operations include more or less operations depending on the amount of skin and fat. It is very important that you gain the necessary knowledge in this field, evaluate your situation and circumstances completely and take the time to make the final decision. Be sure to consult a plastic surgeon in this regard. This procedure should not be used as a substitute for weight loss.

 

What is the purpose of abdominoplasty?

The goal of abdominoplasty is to have a flatter abdomen. In this operation, the plastic surgeon surgically removes the firm fat and loose and excess skin that is not removed by exercise and diet.

 

However, patients should be aware that abdominoplasty surgery is not a way to lose weight. This treatment is suitable for patients who have excess skin due to weight loss or pregnancy; Therefore, patients should reach a steady weight before resorting to Tummy Tuck.

 

Abdominoplasty surgery can:

Remove loose skin after losing too much weight (for example, after losing weight due to various slimming procedures).

Remove excess skin or fat after pregnancy.

Tighten weak stomach muscles.

Repair detached abdominal muscles.

The plastic surgeon may also perform liposuction with the abdominoplasty. This is because liposuction can help shape the body more accurately and achieve a more shapely body. Simultaneous cosmetic abdominal surgery and liposuction are called lipoabdominoplasty.

 

Some patients ask their surgeon to perform breast abdominoplasty with this procedure. Breast abdominoplasty is performed for breast lift.

 

In addition to changes in body shape, the following may be corrected:

wounds

Skin cracking

But these are not the main goals of abdominoplasty surgery.

 

Who is abdominoplasty suitable for?

It is important to know that abdominoplasty surgery is not a weight loss procedure; So if you are looking to lose a lot of weight, this method is not for you. The ideal candidates for abdominoplasty are patients who are overweight and seeking to remove excess fat and excess skin that is not eliminated by exercise and diet alone.

 

The ideal candidates for Tummy Tuck are:

They are not satisfied with the appearance of their abdomen.

They want to get rid of excess skin or fat on their abdomen.

They have sagging or weak abdominal muscles that need to be tightened.

They are not pregnant now or do not plan to become pregnant in the future.

 

How is abdominal abdominoplasty performed?

Abdominoplasty surgery usually takes between 2 and 4 hours. Before performing this operation, patients should follow the surgeon's recommendations for eating, drinking, and taking medication the night before surgery. In the pre-surgery online consultation sessions, the plastic surgeon will talk to you in detail about the benefits and side effects of this operation. The first step before all this is to choose the best plastic surgeon for abdominoplasty.

 

Satisfaction form

On the day of surgery or earlier, patients are given a consent form to sign. After consent, the plastic surgeon draws lines on the abdomen and talks to the patient about the goals of abdominoplasty surgery.

 

Anesthesia

An anesthesiologist will anesthetize you before your surgeon begins abdominoplasty surgery. This anesthesia is usually general anesthesia, but local anesthesia may also be performed with intravenous sedation.

 

Surgery cuts

There are several methods of abdominoplasty that a surgeon may use depending on your condition. The plastic surgeon decides which technique is best for each patient. The incisions made depend on the shape of the patient's abdomen.

 

There are currently four different methods used for abdominoplasty surgery:

Complete abdominoplasty

Mini Abdominoplasty (Modified)

Endoscopic abdominoplasty

Flora de Lis abdominoplasty

 

Suturing abdominoplasty incisions

The incisions are sutured after the surgeon removes excess skin and fat and tightens the muscles. He uses some tape and stitches to do this. It may also install a number of drain tubes to help reduce swelling and bruising.

 

Return to the hospital room

Eventually, patients are returned to the ward for recovery from anesthesia. Patients can return home after spending 1 to 3 nights in the hospital. It may take 6 to 8 weeks for the swelling and bruising to go away and the patient to see the full results of their tummy tuck surgery. Some surgeons recommend postoperative manual lymphatic massage, which can help reduce the swelling after abdominoplasty (which most patients experience).

 

Abdominoplasty for men and women

Types of abdominoplasty operations

As we said in the previous section, the plastic surgeon uses different techniques to perform Tommy Tuck, depending on your needs. Types of Tommy Tuck operations include:

 

Complete abdominoplasty

 

A full abdominal cosmetic surgery involves making two different incisions:

The first incision is made around the navel.

The latter occurs along the bikini line, from one side of the pelvis to the other.

This technique is the same as the classic abdominoplasty technique, which targets both the upper and lower abdomen. The surgeon sometimes tightens the abdominal muscles and removes excess skin and fat. This method is suitable for patients who have recently lost a lot of weight or women who have excess fat, stiffness and weak muscles after pregnancy.

 

Although complete abdominoplasty surgery causes more wounds, it does improve the shape of the body more than mini abdominoplasty or endoscopy.

 

Mini Abdominoplasty (Modified)

 

Mini-abdominoplasty mainly targets the lower abdomen. The surgeon makes an incision line in the bikini line (smaller than the incision made in the full Tummy Tuck). There are no ulcers in the umbilical region, because there is no change in mini-abdominoplasty in this area.

 

Plastic surgeons use this technique when only a small amount of excess skin and fat needs to be removed. Depending on the need, the surgeon may or may not tighten the muscles. Although not ideal, it is a better option for patients who plan to become pregnant in the future. Because pregnancy stretches the abdominal muscles, patients may need corrective surgery if they give birth after abdominoplasty.

 

Mini-abdominoplasty causes fewer sores on the skin than full abdominoplasty.

 

Endoscopic abdominoplasty

 

To perform endoscopic abdominoplasty surgery, the surgeon makes several small incisions in the following areas:

Around the line of the genital area

Around the bottom of the navel

 

The surgeon then uses a small camera called an "endoscope" to perform the operation, along with small surgical instruments attached to it.

 

This method has the least invasiveness and is more suitable for patients who have a protruding abdomen and a small amount of extra skin. This is the best option in patients whose main goal is to tighten the muscles.

This technique creates the least possible wound and can be easily hidden.

 

Flora de Lis abdominoplasty

 

Three incisions are made in the flora de lys abdominoplasty, which include the following areas:

Around the navel

Across the bikini line, from one side of the pelvis to the other

Vertical in the middle of the stomach

 

This technique is the most invasive type of abdominoplasty and is not widely used. This treatment is suitable for patients who have lost a lot of weight and as a result have a lot of extra skin. This procedure can be performed in continuation of weight loss surgery such as gastric bypass.
 

This type of Tummy Tuck causes a lot of sores, but it has the most effect. This method helps to prevent sagging skin above and below the navel.