Abdomen surgery, also called dermolipectomy or body lift is a surgical procedure that consists of rebuilding the walls of the abdomen, releasing the skin from the abdomen and, if necessary, suturing the abdominal muscles. The excess skin is pulled down and sutured.
Achieve a flat and shapely abdomen by removing excess skin and fat and tightening the abdominal skin, which causes the waistline to decrease.
RESULTS THAT CAN BE ACHIEVED:
Flatter abdomen and contoured waist. The results are immediate and long-lasting, however, it is important to eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly to keep the figure attained.
DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE:
About 2 to 4 hours.
SURGICAL AND POSTSURGICAL ASPECTS
Hospitalization may be required depending on the patient's health.
You can return to work 2 to 4 weeks after surgery. Activities that require physical strength within 4 to 6 weeks thereafter. The scars will mature and smooth over a period of 3 to 12 months.
Temporary discomfort, postsurgical inflammation, pain in the nearby area, numbness of the abdominal skin and temporal ecchymosis occurrence.