Stafford R. Broumand, MD
Daniel Y. Maman, MD
Despite being physically fit and in relatively good shape, many people are still bothered by an excess of skin and fat in the abdominal region that proves to be virtually impossible to get rid of through traditional means. Often resistant to even the most nutritious diets and rigorous exercise routines, this buildup of redundant skin and fat can be caused by pregnancy, significant weight loss, genetics, and/or simply the natural aging process.
Regardless of the cause for diet and exercise-resistant fat buildup in the abdomen, abdominoplasty can provide several benefits for qualified candidates. Depending on your unique needs and goals, tummy tuck surgery can often help you achieve:
Along with its aesthetic benefits, abdominoplasty can also make a positive physiological impact on patients’ lives. Following tummy tuck surgery, the majority of individuals report a renewed sense of self-confidence and esteem in the way they look.
*results may vary