This patient is 45 years old, 5’6 and 152lbs. She has had three children which had left excess skin, stretch marks and fat deposits behind. She decided to seek out the expert opinion of board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile. She was hoping that with his many years of experience that he would be able to recommend a procedure that would tighten her abdomen and give a flat appearance that she was used to before her pregnancies.
During her private consultation with the doctor, she expressed that she wanted to have a tummy tuck, but wanted her results to be natural. Dr. Campanile discussed his CLASS ® Tummy Tuck with her because it would give her the result that she was seeking. This technique addresses muscle separation that naturally occurs during pregnancy and does not go away with exercise alone. This technique is also known for being completely drain-less which is convenient for patients.
The patient is shown here six months after surgery and she is very excited about her results! Dr. Campanile was able to remove her excess skin and stretch marks as well as bringing her muscles back to their pre pregnancy position. She also maintains a natural concave belly button.
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