Should You Get a Tummy Tuck
Going into a Tummy Tuck procedure can be intimidating from the very first consultation but WLLA is here to ensure all of your needs are satisfied and you fully understand the procedure you’re getting into. This is for your own confidence. One of the very initial effects this procedure has is on your emotional impact, after the first procedure your body image is instantly boosted. Your situation can range from a recent pregnancy to old age to simply your natural body type. Atop reducing excess skin and weight, it also succeeds in erasing visible stretch marks that are below the belly button. Stretch marks any higher won’t be affected, but our physicians build a plan to help you lighten and tighten those areas.
Some situations are more advantageous for a tummy tuck than others. If you are in a post-c-section period and ready to get rid of the weight, it is possible to have the tummy tuck scar match where your c-section scar is. With our facility, we can correlate your tummy tuck to other desire procedures such as, taking fat and tissue from your abdominal areas and using it in other places such as breasts.
A tummy tuck may not be suited for everyone. If you match any of the following circumstances, you may be advised against a Tummy Tuck.
If you have a possibility of getting pregnant or possibly are already pregnant, then it is advised to not undergo this kind of surgery. This can cause complications for the baby or negatively affect your healing process, especially since the cosmetic arrangement of the abdomen can impact your hormone production. The same goes for exercising to maintain that weight because exerting too much energy following your healing can cause unwanted damage. When it comes to managing your weight following your procedure it is advised that you work out gradually and take your time to ensure that you do not cause strain or unwanted pressure. Also, be cautious of this procedure if you are a consistent smoker, have a BMI over 30, or have had a similar surgery that caused excess scar tissue.