Sagging, cracks, and lubrication caused by cesarean section, pregnancy, and constant weight gain and loss are easily removed by aesthetic surgery.
Adult men and women with fat deposits resistant to diet and exercise in the abdomen, cracked sagging formation in the abdomen, and weakened abdominal muscles may be suitable candidates for abdominoplasty. The level of deformation is much higher in pregnancies resulting in excessive weight gain and in women who have given birth more than twice. In tummy tuck surgery, which solves this problem with a single operation, the loosened and sagging abdominal skin is recovered and the excess fat concentrated in this area is removed, allowing the person to have a flat stomach in a short time.
Abdominoplasty is performed under general anesthesia and takes 2-5 hours. In mini abdominoplasty, this period is approximately 1-2 hours. An incision line is made, which can be hidden under underwear, 8-10 cm below the navel and above the hairy area under the abdomen, which we call the pubis. It is enough to stay in the hospital for 2 nights after the operation. On the 6th day of the operation, your dressing and final control are done. A special corset given by the hospital should be worn for 4 weeks. The edema and bruises that occur after the operation will go away on their own over time. The surgical scar will also gain a vague appearance as time passes. You can return to work 2 weeks after the operation, but you should avoid heavy sports and compelling movements.