1. What does it involve? Flattering of the abdomen by removal of excess fat an/or skin. May include tightening of abdominal muscles
2. How much time is taken? 3-4 hours
3. Does it need Anaesthesia ? G A
4. How much is recovery time? Rest for 2-3 weeks. Strenuous activity in eight to twelve weeks
5. What are risks involved? Blood clots, infection, internal bleeding, irregular scar formation, skin loss and complications related to anaesthesia in some rare cases.
6. How long the results last? Weight loss or gain and pregnancy can affect results.
7. What else I need to know? This is the solution to all those hanging aprons of the ‘mummy belly’. Muscle tightening done during the procedure gives you a nice, trim look. It can be combined with liposuction for refining the results. The final scar can easily be concealed below the undergarments.

(Abdominoplasty) - Tummy Tuck


A flabby abdomen is due not only to fat, but to poor elasticity of the skin, excess skin, and a stretching of the inner girdle of connective tissue (fascia) and abdominal muscles (rectus muscles) that extend from the ribs to the pubic bone. This inner girdle, which holds the internal inner girdle, which holds the internal the tone and appearance of the abdomen.








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