This patient underwent a tummy tuck performed by board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile. She initially sought Dr. Campanile because, she was unhappy with the excess skin and lax muscles in her abdomen. After pregnancy, the rectus muscles of the abdomen become distended and regardless of how much an individual may exercise or diet, these muscles will not go back into pre-pregnancy form. Additionally, once the skin has been stretched, there is no way to regain the pre-pregnancy elasticity without surgical intervention.
During this patient's tummy tuck, the skin below the belly button and above the pubic hair line was excised and the rectus muscles were pulled back into pre-pregnancy positioning. As a result, you can see that the loose skin that was present before the surgery has been completely eliminated, and the result is a tight and sculpted abdomen. Additionally, Dr. Campanile works closely with patients in order to understand exactly where each individual would like their final scar. Although it fades significantly with time, Dr. Campanile is always careful to make sure the scar is located within a patient's bikini line so that it can be more easily concealed.
This patient is shown here approximately 2 months after her tummy tuck with board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Francesco Campanile. She is thrilled with her results and feels confident with her new tightened and sculpted abdomen.
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Surgeon: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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Campanile Plastic Surgery: Dr. Francesco Campanile
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