This 43 year old, 5’6” and 162 pound mother of two came to Denver tummy tuck specialist, Dr. Francesco Campanile, because she was unhappy with the appearance of her abdomen. Despite exercising, this patient could not get rid of the excess skin and fat in her mid-section, and so she sought the expert advice of Dr. Campanile to determine if she might be a candidate for his CLASS Tummy Tuck after seeing his before and after photos online. Dr. Campanile’s developed this drain-less tummy tuck technique himself, which gives patients a sculpted hourglass shape to their abdomen, while maintaining a very youthful and natural concavity of the belly button region.
During Dr. Campanile’s drain-less CLASS Tummy Tuck, extensive liposuction of the entire abdomen is performed to help sculpt the abdominal region. Additionally, the muscles of the abdomen are pulled back together to give patients a tight, flat abdomen, as well as the youthful hourglass figure. Finally, skin from the belly button to the pubic hair line is removed, and everything is pulled together to give you the most ideal shape.
This patient is photographed here approximately 3 months after undergoing her CLASS Tummy Tuck, performed by Colorado cosmetic surgery specialist, Dr. Francesco Campanile. As you can see, her abdomen appears much more youthful and sculpted, giving her the ideal feminine figure, and returning her abdomen to appear even better than it was before having kids. This patient was thrilled with her results from Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile.
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