This patient came to board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile with interest in his drain-less CLASS ® Tummy Tuck technique. Dr. Campanile’s Denver, CO practice focuses exclusively on surgery of the breast and body, and so many patients seek his expertise when it comes to cosmetic surgery in Denver, Colorado.
During her consultation, this mother expressed her concern with the excess skin and fat in her abdomen and flanks. During pregnancy, the skin often stretches out and the abdominal muscles separated, neither of which will return to a pre-pregnancy state regardless of how much an individual exercises. Dr. Campanile’s CLASS ® Tummy Tuck addresses all of these issues using his cutting edge techniques and providing a superior result to the traditional tummy tucks many other surgeons offer.
As you can see in this patient’s after photos, the contour of her abdominal region is significantly improved. During the procedure, extensive liposuction is performed to sculpt the abdomen, skin from the belly button (and sometimes higher) to the pubic hair line is removed, and the abdominal muscles are pulled together, giving this patient an incredible figure. In addition, not only does the patient have a belly button with a much more natural concavity as compared to traditional techniques, but she did not require drains post-operatively as the CLASS ®Tummy Tuck is a drain-less technique. This patient was thrilled with her results and loves the appearance of her new abdomen.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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