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Pregnancies, large weight changes, or even the normal ageing process lead to slackening of the abdominal wall.
This leads to excessive tissue in the form of an annoying “fat or pot belly”. This conspicuous fold of tissue usually does not respond to diet or sports.

In such cases liposuction alone is not enough because the primary objective is to remove the excess skin. An abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, perhaps combined with liposuction is helpful in such cases. The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia and makes a period of hospitalisation necessary.

A horizontal incision is made at the pubic hair line on the lower abdomen. A good surgeon will make the incision such that it is completely covered by the underwear, bikini or swimming trunks. The skin and fatty tissue are then separated from the abdominal muscles. If the skin is sufficiently elastic it is tightened downwards and the excess is removed. A new opening is made for the navel before the surgical wound is closed.

Aftercare is similar to that for liposuction. However, since a tummy tuck is a considerably larger operation, the surgical wound also has to be cared for. The general operative risks are also higher for this procedure. Equally, the patient must not do any sport or lift heavy loads for a period of about 8 weeks.

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