The CLASS Tummy Tuck is a unique abdominoplasty technique created by Dr. Francesco Campanile. This technique is composed of the best aspects of Italian, Brazilian, and American tummy tuck methods, combined with Dr. Francesco Campanile's own unique techniques.
This patient sought the expertise of Dr. Francesco Campanile when considering a tummy tuck. This patient was unhappy with the excess fat and skin in her abdominal region, and the way her abdominal muscles had been displaced after pregnancy. After consulting with Dr. Campanile and learning about his unique CLASS Tummy Tuck Technique, this patient decided to move forward with her tummy tuck surgery.
As you can see, during the surgery the tissue between her belly button to her pubic hair line was excised, removing not only her tattoo but, also the stretch marks in the lower part of her abdomen. Her abdominal muscles were also placed in a more medial location, which also tightened the oblique muscles. Additionally, Dr. Campanile performs aggressive liposuction to contour the abdomen into an elegant silhouette.
This patient is shown approximately 2 months after her CLASS Tummy Tuck with board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile from Denver, Colorado. She is very happy with her results and feels confident in how her abdomen looks.
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