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What is a Tummy Tuck?

Tummy tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, removes unwanted fat and excess skin; resulting in a smoother and firmer abdominal profile. Tummy tuck surgery is an invasive procedure, requiring a fully horizontal incision in between the pubic hairline and belly button. The most common causes of a protruding abdomen include:

  • Aging
  • Heredity
  • Pregnancy
  • Prior surgery
  • Significant fluctuations in weight

When to Consider a Tummy Tuck?

Please remember that tummy tuck surgery is not a substitute for weight loss and should not be considered an exercise alternative. You should consider undergoing tummy tuck surgery if:

  • Even after strenous exercise and diet your abdomen is still protruding
  • You cannot lose your “pregnancy stomach”
  • You have undergone significant weight loss and wish to get rid of the excess skin on your stomach
  • You are self concious and unhappy with the protrusion of your stomach

If you have any further questions or would like to schedule a free consultation with Dr. Laughlin, call us today.

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Patients shouldn’t feel anxious about asking financial questions. Cosmetic Surgery should be a rewarding and positive experience, and you should be as comfortable with the financial aspect of your procedure as you are with the surgeon you choose. Financing is available through Care Credit.