Abdominoplasty in Sydney | Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty has become a popular cosmetic procedure among women. This plastic surgery procedure is also called tummy tuck.

This kind of plastic surgery is very popular among Hollywood celebrities. This is the surgery that most celebrities get after having children to get back their pre-babies bodies.

I found some good and short information about this procedure given by the Australian College of Cosmetic Surgery.

Procedure: Flatten abdomen by removing excess fat and skin, tightening muscles of abdominal wall and repositioning the umbilicus.
Length: 2 to 5 hours
Anesthesia: General.
In/Outpatient: Either depending on individual circumstances and extent of surgery.
Side Effects: Temporary pain. Swelling, soreness, numbness, bruising, tiredness for several weeks/ months.
Risks: Blood clots. Infections. Bleeding under the skin flap. Poor healing resulting in conspicuous scarring or skin loss. Need for further operations.
Recovery: Back to work: 2-4 weeks. More strenuous activity: 4-6 weeks or more. Fading & flattening of scars: 3 months to 2 years.

Who performs Abdominoplasty in Sydney?

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeons perform this kind of surgery. Most surgeons operate at major hospitals for this kind of procedures.

Other things you might want to know:

1. It is a major surgery
2. It is often combined with a liposuction procedure
3. It is not a substitute for exercise
4. You need to rest during the recovery process
5. You do get a scar

Celebrities that have gone through a tummy tuck:

The number of celebrities that confess having had a tummy tucks is very little. In most cases there are only rumours and pictures that suggest that ‘x’ star might have gone through this kind of surgery. Some of the names of the possible tummy tucks in Hollywood are: Angelina Jolie, Victoria Beckham, Bethenny Frankel.

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Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of Sydney4women.com.au encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google

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