This plastic surgery procedure addresses both females and males who, because of excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen, are dissatisfied with their physical appearance. Abdominoplasty offers the best results for people who have a protruding abdomen and / or flabby one caused by significant weight fluctuations, pregnancy, genetic inheritance or aging.




Efficient and effective, this plastic surgery does not replace a healthy lifestyle based on regular physical activity and a balanced diet. Regaining the tonicity and firmness of the abdomen offers more than satisfaction regarding appearance, this aspect having the ability to stimulate increased self-confidence and social skills. Maintaining results after the aesthetic surgery is very important.


The high demand for this type of surgery is the most relevant guarantee for its efficiency and effectiveness.


What is abdominoplasty surgery?

It is a surgical procedure that removes excess skin around the abdomen and torso. It is recommended for people who have gone through a process of sudden weight loss.


How is abdominoplasty surgery carried out?

Abdominoplasty is made through an incision at the bottom of the trunk, located in the region covered by the underwear, removing the excess skin and reinforcing the structure of the abdominal wall. Depending on the excess skin, the surgery can start at the navel level as well. The procedure is performed under general anesthesia (general anesthesia is the best choice for the patient’s safety and comfort in the realization of the operation).

Hospital stay is two nights only.


How long does it take to recover after the procedure?

When discharged, the patient can resume normal physical activity in a moderate way, without exaggerated effort. Depending on the scale of the procedure, the patient may or may not drive his own car. The patient should follow the post-operative medication, avoid physical effort, heavy lifting and sexual activity for a period of 30 days after the surgery. Removal of the bandages will occur 21 days after the surgery, and the compression corset will stay on for 1-2 months after surgery, depending on the case.


Surgery is not recommended for;

This operation is not recommended for people showing skin infections, especially untreated fungal affections in the concerned region. It is also not recommended for people with a high degree of obesity and a fatty tissue above the normal. It is also not recommended for people with type 1 or 2 diabetes or other chronic diseases not treated properly.


What are the risks of abdominoplasty surgery?

Given that the intervention is performed by laser, risks of bleeding, infection, accentuated pains are almost eliminated, the only possible response remaining the formation of seroma (reaction of the body to secrete a lymphatic fluid in the operated area), a reaction that once arisen can be remedied by minor suction intervention or spontaneously.



In order to obtain the desired results, regardless of the type or complexity of the procedure is aftercare and ensuring you live a healthy balanced life incorporating exercise into your daily living.