Abdominoplasty Operation

Aging, weight gain, and births cause deformities on the abdominal wall. As a result, a sagging and outwardly convex abdomen appearance is seen.

Which deformities are corrected by abdominoplasty operation?

The loosening of the layer over time that forms in the muscle and connective tissue of the abdominal wall and gives the abdominal wall its flat and tight shape is seen in all patients who are scheduled for this surgery. This layer looseness is removed with the help of stitches. Fats on the upper and lateral walls of the abdominal wall are removed with the help of liposuction, and the cracks and sagging skin under the belly button are cut and removed.

What should be considered after the operation?

Patients stay at the hospital for 2 or 3 days; you will be requested to rest at home for the first week after being discharged. You can gradually return to your normal life after the 2nd week. Stitches should not be wet during the first week. You are not allowed to swim in the pool or sea before one month.