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Is It Safe to Have Liposuction and Tummy Tuck Surgery Done Together?

The process of abdominoplasty involves a complex medical intervention, writes plasticsurgery.org. The time required for the surgery depends on several factors. There are surgeries for inpatient and outpatient centers, and the procedures vary accordingly. They use general anesthesia to make the patient unconscious during the operation. Hence it would help if you had someone accompanying you for the surgery.

Any process brings about a good deal of changes in the entire working of your body.

There are some short-term and long-term changes that your body might undergo due to the surgery.

Similarly, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) also brings about changes to revive your confidence.

You may combine it with other surgeries like liposuction, depending on your desired effects.

Person Hand Drawing Lines On A Woman's Abdomen As Marks For Abdominal Cellulite Correction

 

Some types of abdominoplasty surgery

Complete abdominoplasty:

Abdominoplasty or tummy tuck has become a trendy term these days. It has many categories into which it gets divided.

The entire abdominoplasty procedure is for patients needing the most correction.

The doctor cuts the lower part of the abdomen at about the same level as your pubic hair.

It extends from the hip bone on either side.

The surgeon will then try to manipulate and shape the muscle and skin per the requirement.

It is important to note that you will also get an incision around your belly button.

You may also have placed drainage tubes under the skin, which might get removed for a few days as the doctor decides.

Partial or mini abdominoplasty

This surgery is suitable for patients with fat deposits below the navel.

In this process, the belly button most likely will not be moved.

Your doctor tries to separate the line of incision and the belly button.

Also, specialists perform this kind of surgery with an endoscope.

The entire procedure’s expected timing may range from two to three hours, depending on the case.

Circumstantial abdominoplasty:

It is a surgery that includes the back area.

If you have a lot of excess fat in your back, you might undergo this surgery.

The procedure allows the removal of both skin and fat from the back area and the hip, resulting in your body’s perfect shape.

The doctor might often advise you to undergo this surgery to get your desired form.

Also, these surgeries have fewer side effects than the other two. 

Liposuction, fat and cellulite removal concept, overweight female body with painted lines and arrows, isolated on white background

 

Liposuction:

It is a procedure to help remove any excess fat in your body which you cannot remove even with proper diet and exercise.

Hence, you can club different surgeries depending on the patient’s condition and the result you want to acquire from the surgery.

Physical condition plays a decisive role in deciding the kind of surgery that you should undergo.

Hence, the doctor can help you with the excellent advice you require in abdominoplasty.

You will also have to evaluate the physical condition to arrange the after-surgery treatments.

You can consult a competent surgeon for a successful surgery.

Please do not jump into any surgical procedure without evaluating your health condition.

You can take up these surgical procedures only when you do not have any significant health concerns.

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