Tummy Tuck

Excess fat in the lower abdomen is a common complaint for both men and women. However, women have the additional concern of childbirth which significantly stretches the abdominal muscles. When there is good skin tone, no stretch marks, and a limited amount of fat, liposuction alone is usually the best option. However, when stretch marks are present in addition to abdominal muscle laxity, a tummy tuck remains the best option. In this procedure, the incision is kept low below the “bikini line” and a large ellipse of fat and skin is removed. The belly button is resutured in its original place and the abdominal muscles tightened to give an hourglass shape. This procedure can be combined with liposuction to further sculpt the body.

Standard Abdominoplasty

In a standard abdominoplasty, the incision will generally extend across the lower abdomen from hip bone to hip bone. Skin and fat is removed from the belly button to the pubic bone and the abdominal muscles are tightened.

Extended Tummy Tuck
Mini Tummy Tuck 


Case Study 1

Bikini Tummy Tuck with Liposuction and Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)

Case Study 2

Bikini Tummy Tuck with Liposuction and Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL)

Case Study 3