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MOMMY MAKEOVER: WILL I NEED A TUMMY TUCK OR LIPOSUCTION? OR BOTH?

MOMMY MAKEOVER: WILL I NEED A TUMMY TUCK OR LIPOSUCTION? OR BOTH?

Last updated on 22 August 2019, Thursday by Dr.Etöz Editorial Staff

Some women are fortunate and there is not much damage to the abdomen after pregnancy. Liposuction is sufficient for these women. However, tummy tuck should be performed if there is not only excessive fat in the abdomen but also sagging skins and stretch marks.    

Tummy Tuck in Mommy Makeover

During mommy makeover, three things can be corrected with tummy tuck:

  1. First, excess skin can be lifted and compressed, and stretch marks up to the belly button can be removed. Unfortunately, higher stretch marks cannot be removed. Women do pilates and use expensive cosmetic products to look fit, but surgical removal is the only way to remove stretch marks.
  2. Secondly, excess fat tissue can be removed to make a woman more attractive and thin. If there is excessive fat in the abdomen or elsewhere, liposuction may also be applied simultaneously with the tummy tuck. The doctor approaches the patient’s body from a perfectionist perspective and seeks to make the whole body look harmonious.
  3. Finally, rectum diastasis occurs during pregnancy, which can be corrected by a tummy tuck operation.

Liposuction in Mommy Makeover

Liposuction has an important role in mommy makeover. Liposuction is used to balance the asymmetric appearance of the abdomen in some women.

Women often lose their waist proportions during pregnancy. Liposuction can give a woman the image she had before pregnancy. Tummy tuck operation is unnecessary for some women, but these women may have excessive fat tissue in their waist and hips. This fat tissue does not burn with exercise and therefore liposuction is needed. Dr. Etoz applies the best treatment to his patients using the latest technology liposuction methods.

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