This woman came to Dr. Francesco Campanile because, she was interested in having an abdominoplasty (as known as a tummy tuck). She'd previously had multiple children and was unhappy with her midsection after her last child was born. Pregnancy can cause the skin and muscles in the abdomen to stretch during pregnancy, and no amount of diet or exercise can bring those muscle back together or eliminate the stretched skin. As a result, many women consider having a tummy tuck to get their bodies back to their pre-pregnancy form.
Dr. Campanile evaluated this patient during her private cosmetic consultation and considered her a great canidate for a tummy tuck. Although she was at an ideal weight, she was concerned with the "pouch" of skin and tissues in her lower abdomen. Dr. Campanile explained that a tummy tuck would remove all of the excess skin and tissues and that it would pull her abdominal muscles together to create an hourglass figure.
This woman was very excited to undergo a tummy tuck to get her midsection back to her pre-baby form.
Approximately 5 months after this patient's abdominoplasty procedure, these post-operative photo were taken. The patient explained to Dr. Campanile that she was very satisfied with her results. She explained that her stomach was much tighter and flatter than before she'd had her children.
Dr. Francesco Campanile specializes in cosmetic surgery of the body and performs tummy tucks, mini-tummy tucks, and the CLASS tummy tuck technique. To learn more about these procedures and which ones you could be a candidate for, call Campanile Plastic Surgery today and schedule your private consultation.
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