Abdominoplasty (Tummy tuck)


redundant abdomen and weakness of the abdominal muscles after several labors or massive weight loss in women or men


excision of the excess skin from the lower part of the abdomen, removal of the excess fat, tightening of the muscles and liposuction of the waist and back to enhance the slim and beautiful shape of the abdomen

Operative Time

3-4 hours



Hospital Stay

2 days


Very low transverse scar in the abdomen below the natural crease Round scar around the umbilicus to preserve its beautiful shape Can be assisted with vaser or laser liposuction for better results Plastic sub-cuticular closure with drain insertion Fades away after 6 months and up to 1 year Scar reduction topical application or laser sessions during this period

labs Needed

Complete blood picture Liver and kidney functions Coagulation profile Random blood sugar Pelvi-abdominal ultrasound


10 days at home and then soft return to work Avoid sweating and wetting of the wounds Bending forward during Walking and sleeping to preserve the wound and to get a beautiful thin scar Moderate pain especially in the upper part of the abdomen, edema and bruises first 3 weeks Wearing the suitable pressure garment for one and half month

Final Result

after 3 months flat abdomen with enhanced muscular shape and waist with preservation of perfect diet


smoking and uncontrolled diabetes cause severe surgical complications


Frequently Asked Questions

You may be a candidate for a tummy tuck if you are a non-smoker with excess abdominal skin – perhaps due to significant weight loss or pregnancy – and you are currently at a stable weight. You’ll also need a pre-surgical consultation to ensure that you have realistic expectations of your outcome.
You’ll prepare for your abdominoplasty with lab work and pre-operative instructions that may prevent you from taking certain medications leading up to your surgery or eating and drinking on the day of the procedure. Your doctor will administer IV sedation or general anesthesia at the start of the procedure for your comfort. A horizontal incision will be made along your pubic hairline, where the excess fat, skin and tissues are removed. The abdominal muscles are sutured and repaired before the incision is finally closed and sutured shut.
Swelling is normal following a tummy tuck, so your final results will not be visible until several weeks after the procedure. When you awake, you’ll be wearing compression garments to support healing and reduce swelling. You’ll be instructed to avoid certain physical activity in the weeks following your procedure. Your doctor will give you personalized instructions for at-home care and schedule return visits to your surgeon’s office to monitor your progress and remove

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