Abdominoplasty is an operation in which excess fat is removed from the middle and lower abdomen, sagging of the skin is corrected, and the abdominal muscles are strengthened. It is possible to get rid of abdominal fat and saggy skin with tummy tuck surgery. Various techniques are used in tummy tuck surgeries.

Who are suitable candidates for tummy tuck surgery?

 Adult men and women with fat deposits resistant to diet and exercise in the abdomen, stretch marks in the abdomen, and weakened abdominal muscles may be suitable candidates for tummy tuck surgery.

What to expect after tummy tuck surgery?

After tummy tuck surgery, you need to stay in the hospital for an average of 1-3 days. It is normal to experience swelling and pain after tummy tuck surgery. This may continue for a few days. The use of painkillers is beneficial for the relief of pain.

Drains are removed 1 to 3 days after surgery, and stitches are removed 1-3 weeks later. You can go back to work again in 2 to 4 weeks. After a few months, you will feel completely like before, you can perform all your physical activities.