Tummy Tuck in Dubai, Abu Dhabi & UAE
Popularly referred to as a “Abdominoplasty”
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What is a Tummy Tuck - Abdominoplasty?
A flat and toned stomach is something everyone wants however, it isn't always attained through exercise and diet by itself.
The tummy tuck is commonly referred to as abdominoplasty, eliminates skin and fat in the midsection, creating an abdomen that appears more streamlined, slimmer and flatter. The procedure can also repair muscles that are weak or broken and were damaged due to pregnancy or age. Couple the procedure and a lift of the breasts to get the ultimate mommy makeover!
The abdominoplasty procedure is very popular among women, particularly after having children. Pregnancy can extend and stretch the midsection of women, with abdominal muscles typically splitting in two, particularly when multiple pregnancy occurs.
All women (or men) physically fit who are not smokers and have an ideal weight range are excellent candidates for an abdominoplasty. Sometimes even with a consistent fitness program and a balanced diet isn't enough to eliminate the extra fat as well as loose belly skin. Additionally, women who have lost their skin's elasticity, especially after a number of pregnancy, are a good candidate for an abdominal toning.
There are some things you'll need to take care of in preparation to undergo your procedure. You might be required to undergo a few lab tests performed prior to the procedure. It is essential to quit smoking for a couple of weeks prior to the procedure. It is recommended to stay clear of taking aspirin or anti-inflammatory medicines and also specific herbal supplements. Discuss with your doctor whether you should discontinue taking any of your current medications.
It's all about the procedure you opt for. There are two kinds of tummy tucks The partial abdominoplasty generally will take between one and two hours, while a standard abdominal tummy-tuck may take from two and five hours.
How strong are abdominal muscles? The healthier you are is, the quicker you'll recover. Everyone heals differently, meaning certain people can are back to work in just a few weeks, while others may wait for a whole month.
The first few days, you'll likely experience abdominal swelling and some general discomfort around the treated region. The stitches are likely to be taken off within a week, and more sutures will be removed after 2 or 3 weeks.
It is suggested that you exercise lightly since they aid in healing through reducing swelling (which reduces the risk that blood clots will form). However, rigorous exercises are advised to avoid for a few weeks , until you are able to start exercising your abdominal muscles once more.
For abdominal scars, they'll appear more prominent for a few weeks while they heal. It takes anywhere from one to two months or an entire year for the marks to heal and to shrink and become lighter in the color. While your abdominal scars will never fully disappear, the scars could be easily hidden under the clothes you wear.