Abdominoplasty is commonly referred to as tummy tuck and involves the elimination of excess fats from the human abdomen. This is carried out using several surgical procedural methods, the end result of which it stiffens up the muscles at the abdominal wall. Patients who experience excessive muscles at the abdomen, women who suffer from loose tissues after pregnancy or heavy weight people who lose weight drastically often opt for Abdominoplasty. Tummy tuck is a form of cosmetic surgery which helps to hold the muscles firmly with the human body.
Abdominoplasty is broadly classified into complete and partial surgery. In complete Tummy tuck the incision made is larger in area and covers the major part of the abdomen and the skin is detached from the abdomen whereas partial abdominoplasty, the incision made covers only the lower abdomen and the detachment of skin is limited. There are striking biological differences between men and women who undergo tummy tuck due to their physical nature and due to pregnancy factors in case of females.
Both the sexes desire a flat and stiff abdomen, but for woman, who are about to get pregnant it is advisable to undergo abdominoplasty only after a certain period of time. This period is determined by several factors like after attaining considerable weight loss, completion of childbearing years (the best age for childbearing years is 20 to 35 years), etc.Read More