Spring break and summer vacation will be here before you know it, which means now is the time to think about trimming down from the holidays and getting your beach body ready. By scheduling body contouring procedures this winter, you’ll be fully healed and ready to show off your newly-enhanced figure when the warm weather arrives. Burgess Plastic Surgery offers a variety of body contouring procedures in Portland to remove loose skin and localized fat deposits while tightening and lifting.
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Beautiful and truly wondrous, bearing children is one of life’s miracles. Miraculous as it is, pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding can each take a toll on a woman’s body. Disheartened by their now-changed figure, mothers are increasingly turning to cosmetic surgical solutions in hopes of restoring their post-baby body.
Are you tired of trying to hide that stomach pooch or extra bulges around the midsection? If you have loose skin or a protruding stomach after pregnancy or extreme weight loss, you may be a good candidate for tummy tuck surgery. For many women struggling with figure flaws around the midsection, plastic surgery is one of the most effective ways to achieve a flat stomach and slim figure. Whether you are dealing with loss of skin elasticity or outstretched muscles around the abdominal area, we can correct those figure flaws with a targeted procedure.
A common misconception about the tummy tuck is that it is intended as a substitute for weight loss, but really, it is intended strictly for the sculpting of the abdominal area. However, there is a new perk that has been linked to the tummy tuck after surgery.
Learn how the tummy tuck has been helping patients manage their weight loss after their procedure.
Traditionally, tummy tucks have always required the use of surgical drains to remove fluid after surgery, but this may not always be the case. Some patients may now be able to have a tummy tuck plus the additional benefit of liposuction without the need of a surgical drain. As reported by the British publication eNewsWire, this often leads to a speedier recovery for patients.