After having 5 children, this 35 year old, 5’10” and 180 pound patient was unhappy with the appearance of her abdomen and so she sought the expert advice of Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile to find out how she could address these issues surgically. This patient led a very active lifestyle but, no amount of exercise or healthy eating could improve these issues that resulted from her past pregnancies.
During her consultation with board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile, it was determined that she was an excellent candidate for the drain-less CLASS ® Tummy Tuck, developed by Dr. Campanile himself. Not only would this technique address the excess abdominal skin but, it would also address the muscle separation and the excess fat in the abdominal region. This produces a superior cosmetic result to the traditional tummy tuck technique.
As you can see in this patient’s after photos, taken just 6 weeks after her CLASS® Tummy Tuck, her abdominal contour is significantly improved. Not only is her abdomen tighter and more femininely sculpted, but her belly button has a very natural concavity, one of the defining characteristics of Dr. Campanile’s CLASS ® Tummy Tuck. This patient was thrilled with the results performed by Denver, CO plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile.
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