This patient came to Dr. Campanile because she was unhappy with the appearance of her midseciton. She had heard that his tummy tucks produced amazing results and wanted to learn more about them.
After consulting with Dr. Francesco Campanile, she learned that he had invented a new type of tummy tuck, called the CLASS Tummy Tuck Technique, which produced the amazing results she had heard about. The CLASS Tummy Tuck takes the best techniques of Italian, Brazilian, American tummy tucks, and combines them with Dr. Campanile's own techniques and refinements.
During a CLASS Tummy Tuck, Dr. Campanile first performs aggressive liposuction of the abdomen and flanks, which helps to create the elegant hourglass figure. Additionally, the skin and fat between the belly button and pubic hair line is removed, and the abdominal muscles are placed in a more medial, pre-pregnancy, location. This creates a tight and sculpted abdominal region, as can be seen in this patient's after photos. Additionally, the CLASS Tummy Tuck Technique creates a belly button with more of a natural concavity, which is absent in traditional tummy tuck techniques. It also does not require the use of drains, which is a popular component patient's are very satisfied with.
This patient is shown here approximately 2 months after her CLASS Tummy Tuck with board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile. She is thrilled with the results from this procedure and feels confident in the way her abdominal region looks.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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