You may have been left with excess loose skin after substantial weight loss or your skins elasticity may be lost post-pregnancy. This procedure is not limited to women, the number of men electing to have a tummy tuck has increased sharply over the last few years.
One of the most important aspects of surgery is your consultation. Our surgeons are there to advise you, listen to your concerns and discuss what you want to achieve.
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A tummy tuck will tighten your stomach muscles, giving you a
The procedure is usually carried out under general anaesthetic, so you may be expected to stay in hospital between one and three days. It can take between two and five hours to complete the operation. A tummy tuck is not a substitute for weight loss surgery and is inappropriate if you are over-weight.
After weight loss or pregnancy, it can be difficult to get your body to bounce back. Despite a concerted effort with your exercise regime and a good diet, sometimes excess skin just won’t shift. Some of the benefits include:
There should be no need for repeat surgery, but to maintain your new figure you must exercise and eat well. If you become pregnant or put on a lot of weight and lose it again, there will be less excess skin than before the operation but you may want to consider another tummy tuck.
In preparation for your operation, we advise that you give up smoking six weeks beforehand. Smoking can seriously impede the healing process. The risk of chest infection and coughing is increased which can trigger unwanted bleeding. The blood supply to the skin is also affected which can delay the wound healing.
If you decide to have your tummy tuck with us at The McIndoe Centre, you can select your preferred consultant at any time that suits you. We have some of the most innovative and experienced surgeons who will discuss your options with you in a thorough and expert way.
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Prices start from £4665, but the cost of your surgery may change as everyone’s treatment plan is tailored to their specific needs. For more information or to arrange a consultation call the Helpline for free and professional advice on 0800 917 4922.
The guide price is correct as of 26th May 2017