Posted on March 25, 2016
For decades, plastic surgeons used tubes to drain the fluid that collected inside the abdomen after a tummy tuck. These drains required maintenance, limited mobility and caused discomfort for several days or even few weeks after the procedure. Now, there is a more comfortable, less hassle option in the no-drain tummy tuck. Not only is the absence of drains more convenient, but results could be better as well.
A Look at the Tummy Tuck
During a tummy tuck, your plastic surgeon removes excess skin and tightens or repairs abdominal muscles that may have weakened or separated to create a firmer, sleeker abdomen. The traditional tummy tuck left space between the muscle and fat where fluid could collect.
Posted on March 4, 2016
Updated for 2019
With bikini season waiting just around the corner, many women are likely considering how they can feel more confident about their bodies. While breast implants can be an excellent option for women seeking a fuller figure, one procedure isn’t always enough to address all of your appearance concerns.
If you’re interested in breast augmentation surgery but struggle with the appearance of your midsection as well, a tummy tuck could be just the thing to highlight fuller, rounder breasts and provide the finishing touch to your ideal bikini body.
How a Tummy Tuck Works
A tummy tuck improves the appearance of the abdomen by tightening the skin,