This mother of two came to Dr. Campanile because she was unhappy with her abdomen. After having children, she couldn’t seem to get rid of the excess skin and fat in this region, no matter how much she exercised. Pregnancy had stretched out the skin in her tummy and had also created muscle separation, and so she came to Colorado plastic surgery specialist, Dr. Francesco Campanile, to see if his CLASS Tummy Tuck could give her the abdomen she had always hoped for.
After consulting with Denver tummy tuck specialist, Dr. Campanile, she learned that she was an excellent candidate for his CLASS Tummy Tuck technique. This tummy tuck combines techniques from around the world with Dr. Campanile’s own refinements to great a beautifully sculpted hourglass figure. During this drain-less tummy tuck procedure, extensive liposuction is used to sculpt the abdominal region and remove any excess fat in that region. Additionally the muscles are pulled together and the skin below the bellow button excised, giving you a youthful, streamlined abdominal appearance.
As you can see in this 5’6”, 162 pound patient’s after photo taken approximately 3 months after surgery, her abdomen appears much more streamlined and youthful. Dr. Campanile’s CLASS Tummy Tuck had created a sculpted abdomen, giving her a much more youthful hourglass figure. This patient was thrilled with the results from her CLASS Tummy Tuck, performed by Denver plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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