Dr. Francesco Campanile performed this tummy tuck revision surgery. This woman came to visit Dr. Campanile because she was unsatisfied with the results she had from a tummy tuck she had undergone with a different plastic surgeon.
This patient contacted Dr. Campanile’s office after having been unsatisfied with a tummy tuck performed by a different plastic surgeon. She had hoped for a smoother and tighter appearance after her initial surgery. She did a lot of research on tummy tucks and found Dr. Campanile’s website. At www.campanileplasticsurgery.com this woman learned that Dr. Campanile’s entire practice is focused on cosmetic surgery of the breast and body. She also learned about a new body contouring surgery that Dr. Campanile had created called the CLASS® Tummy Tuck Technique. This tummy tuck procedure includes liposuction, a superior belly button formation, and does not require any drains to be placed in the patient for after surgery.
These results display how Dr. Francesco Campanile created a more hourglass figure and how this women’s midsection was transformed. This patient was very happy with her results after having a revisionary tummy tuck with Dr. Francesco Campanile.
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