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ABDOMINAL LIFT (ABDOMINOPLASTY) SURGERY
* FULL ABDOMINAL LIFT SURGERY (FULL ABDOMINOPLASTY)
* PARTIAL ABDOMINAL LIFT SURGERY (MINI-ABDOMINOPLASTY)
Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure in which excess fat and sagging skin tissue in the middle and lower abdomen is removed and the abdominal muscles are tightened and strengthened, but it is not an obesity treatment. Fat people should lose the amount of weight they can lose before this surgery. With this surgery, the appearance of a fat belly and abdomen is improved dramatically, however, the scar due to the surgery is permanent. There are many techniques used by plastic surgeons for abdominoplasty. Abdominoplasty can also be performed in conjunction with operations (aesthetic breast surgeries, liposuction, etc.) to correct body contours or some other operations (uterine and ovarian surgeries, etc.). If you are considering an abdominoplasty surgery, this article will inform you, you may not find answers to all your questions here.
WHERE IS THE SURGERY PERFORMED?
Full or partial ABDOMINOPLASTY OPERATIONS are performed under hospital conditions. Full or partial ABDOMINOPLASTY OPERATIONS are performed under hospital conditions.
WHAT IS THE TYPE OF SURGERY?
General anesthesia is most preferred for this surgery. Some surgeons use local anesthesia along with pain relievers and sedatives.
PLANNING THE SURGERY
I n your first inspection, your surgeon will learn about your general health condition, the amount and distribution of fat in the abdominal area, sagging and excess abdominal skin, and skin quality. During this inspection, you should give accurate and detailed information to the doctor about the diseases you have had, your current health problems (diabetes, etc.), habits (smoking, drinking, etc.) and the drugs you use (aspirin, sedatives, etc.). Another issue you should tell your doctor during this examination is about why you want this surgery and what you expect from this surgery. Do not hesitate to discuss this issue openly. As a result of your expectations and inspection findings, you can be a suitable patient for full or partial abdominoplasty alone or with liposuction, or just liposuction is enough for you. During this inspection, the type of anesthesia, how many days you will stay in the hospital and the possible problems you may encounter after surgery should be discussed.
HOW IS THE SURGERY PROCEDURE?
F ull Abdominoplasty may take 2-5 hours, depending on the extent of the surgery, partial abdominoplasty may take 1-2 hours. Often, an incision line extending from one hip to the opposite hip but can be hidden in a swimsuit, and a second-round incision around the belly is required. In partial abdominoplasty, the incision line is shorter and the belly button may not be changed. During the surgery, the abdominal skin is freed from the muscles beneath it, starting from the groin to the ribs. If there is a weakness or hernia in the abdominal muscles, this is consolidated, the excess skin is cut and removed from the body. These procedures performed in mini-abdominoplasty are more limited. After the operation is completed, the wound is closed with metal clamps or single or hidden (intradermic) stitches and covered with dressings. One or two tubes called drains can be placed under the skin to absorb the excess fluid that will be collected in the area.
WHAT ARE THE UNSATISFACTURING RESULTS?
Y ou may rarely be disappointed with the results of your surgery. Additional surgery may be required to correct such results. This information may not be fully sufficient for you. Please, talk to your surgeon and learn about all the details.
WHAT ARE LONG-TERM EFFECTS?
D ue to aging, pregnancy and weight gain and loss, body contour changes may develop outside the operation area.
WHO ARE THE BEST APPLICANTS FOR THIS SURGERY?
W omen and men with abdominal skin sagging that does not respond to diet and exercise but with smooth body contours are suitable for this surgery. This surgery is especially beneficial for women who have given birth several times, have cracks and sagging in the abdominal skin and have weakened abdominal muscles. Patients who intend to lose weight should postpone this surgery. It is beneficial for women who intend to give birth to postpone this operation until after birth. An abdominoplasty surgery will increase your appearance and your self-confidence; however, it will not completely help you achieve an ideal appearance or eliminate other problems that require treatment. Before deciding on surgery, you should think carefully about your expectations and discuss them with your surgeon.