abdominoplasty

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abdominoplasty

the surgical removal of excess skin and fat from the abdomen
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Unlike a major tummy tuck that involves an incision from hip to hip and removes a swathe of skin and fat, Bodytite uses two tiny incision points, one in the belly button and another near the bikini line.
Nearly 112,000 tummy tucks were reported in 2010, up 85 pc since 2000, 90,000 breast lifts, up 70 pc and 296,000 breast augmentations, up 39 pc.
And because there was still a lot of loose skin on her stomach she would be entitled to a tummy tuck as well.
Before the gastric band I had a flabby belly so I already knew I'd need a tummy tuck too and started researching it.
Alan Bradley, who did a tummy tuck and male breast reduction at The Harley Medical Group said: "It was demoralising to have lost so much weight just to be left with huge flaps of skin that made me feel as unattractive as before.
Julie, whose twins will celebrate their fifth birthday this Sunday, will have a tummy tuck and liposuction to regain her previous size 12 figure.
Then, last February she took the drastic step of having a tummy tuck.
For those who are uncertain, a mommy makeover usually consists of a breast lift, sometimes with implants, and a tummy tuck, sometimes with liposuction.
Classical abdominoplasty, also known as a tummy tuck, is a popular surgery for correcting the muscle and tissue laxity produced by pregnancy or large weight loss.
Tsia was then due to have a tummy tuck but found she was 16 weeks pregnant with son, Milo, now four.
Now after having a gastric band fitted and losing more than five stone she's had a tummy tuck to finally get rid of her big stomach.