Tummy Tuck Orlando FL
Tummy Tuck Orlando – Mini Tummy Tuck or Full Tummy Tuck
We often see patients who consult regarding excess skin and fat in their abdomen region, as well as loose muscles post multiple pregnancies desiring mini tummy tuck, and a small incision. This is not possible!
Some of these patients have a misconception that a mini tummy tuck is a solution.
Very few patients are candidates for a mini tummy tuck- as it is very limited in its value.
A mini tummy tuck may work well for extremely fit individuals who have very little excess skin, but not for those individuals who have excess skin and fat, and loose muscles.
The mini Tummy Tuck does nothing for the belly button, and all of the loose skin above the belly button will remain loose.
The incision for the full tummy tuck is a trade-off. Flat abdomen, in exchange for incision, which by the way can be easily hidden and years later can fade really nicely, provided the patient follows all of the post-operative instructions and their body has a good healing capacity, etc.
Both men and women who have experienced significant weight loss may certainly experience loose skin.
Sometimes patients say they want liposuction, but they are mistaken about what their diagnosis truly is and what is required to streamline their bodies. Liposuction alone in these instances has very little value and a patient will be disappointed. Liposuction alone does nothing for the loose skin. Learn more about the tummy tuck.
Furthermore, women who have had two or more pregnancies may also experience loose skin not only of the abdominal wall but also the breasts.
One of the best advantages of a full tummy tuck – is the ability for the surgeon to tighten the separation of the rectus muscles that occurs with multiple pregnancies. Tightening these muscles along with the full removal of all of the loose and excess skin and its stretch marks will produce the absolute best possible result. The flattest, tightest, abdominal wall improvement can only be achieved with the full tummy tuck and muscle tightening.