The Cosmetic Surgery to get back your pre-baby body: Tummy Tuck or Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty is the cosmetic surgery women who want to get a flat ab go for.

Celebrities have made it very popular these days. There are rumors of so many famous women that say that the secret for those post-pregnancy body shapes is a tummy tuck.

The pressure on getting rid of the excess fat in our tummies, especially after having had children motivates women to seek for a “quick solution” that would help them get their pre-babies bodies back.

Even doctors say that a tummy tuck is not a substitute for diet or exercise but still some women say they don’t like to go to try to reduce the size of their abs with exercise. Some women just prefer the “convenience” of going under the knife and achieving the desired results.

This kind of women are prepared to trade a flat ab for a hip to hip scar.

Sydney4women is not promoting tummy tucks as a substitute for exercise. Qualified doctors wouldn’t do that either, what I have been explained is that this cosmetic operation can help you as well to reduce stretchmarks and to get rid of the excess skin that we develop when we gain weight (by pregnancy or weight problems).

A tummy tuck is a major operation and it has risks. You should clarify all your questions about this cosmetic surgery before making a decision.

Why exercise and diet are not enough sometimes?

Dieting can reduce the fatty tissue and regular exercise for the stomach muscles can improve the muscle tone in your abdominal wall.
However, if the skin is damaged through stretching or hormone change it is unlikely that it will shrink back and therefore has to be removed.

Source: DailyMail

Surgeons that perform Tummy Tucks (Abdominoplasty) in Sydney:

Most doctors that are recognised by the Australian Society of Plastic Surgery perform abdominoplasty procedures regularly.

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Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google

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