You've tried everything for your abdomen.
A diet rich in vitamins and minerals, a gruelling exercise regimen, and all of the gadgets and magic potions on the market. But nothing works to flatten your stomach and eliminate saggy, excess skin. Your stomach remains out of proportion with the rest of your body. It's high time you got the results you want
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Tummy Tucks at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic
A Tummy Tuck at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic is designed to remove fat, excess skin, and tighten abdominal muscles all in one procedure. Call 416-221-5554 to book your Tummy Tuck in Toronto today, and you'll wonder why you just didn't do it in the first place.
The results of a single procedure, whether a mini-tummy tuck or not, are long lasting if a healthy diet and lifestyle are followed. A remarkable improvement to your body contour is achieved, with a stomach flat and smooth. This body contouring procedure will also achieve visible definition of the abdominal muscles in the area. However, your results will depend on the extent of treatment desired, as determined between you and your physician during consultation.
With continued exercise and a healthy diet, you won't have to worry about that flabby stomach again.
Partial or Complete?
Tummy tucks are also known as abdominoplasty. An elective cosmetic surgical procedure, they are popular amongst both men and women. However, it is an extremely popular procedure for women who have experienced the stretching of skin in the abdominal area due to pregnancy.
The procedure can be partial or complete. Some patients opt to undergo a partial one, during which only the area below the navel is treated. A complete one treats the entire abdominal area and is a more extensive procedure involving lengthy incisions as well as a longer operating and recovery time.
Book Your Consultation at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic
If you've decided that a tummy tuck will help you achieve your desired body contour, the next step is to book a consultation with a patient consultant at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic. They'll help you determine what kind you should undergo, and assess your physical condition to ensure you're fully prepared for the procedure. As for any procedure, risks and complications can occur.
Be frank and honest. Make sure you express all of your concerns at the time of consultation.
But not sure how much correction you want? No problem! For a general idea of what the results of a single abdominoplasty procedure will look like on your body, Toronto Cosmetic Clinic's cosmetic digital imaging services can show you. Just ask about it during consultation with your physician.
While a tummy tuck is not a solution to obesity, it can help greatly with fat and flabby skin that just can't be eliminated.
Maintaining the Results
Results from a single tummy tuck can last for quite a long time. However, the most common reasons for patients to undergo a tummy tuck in the first place (i.e. pregnancy and weight gain) will most likely affect the results if they happen again. Both may stretch the skin and add fat deposits in treated areas, undoing results. That's why it's important to follow a healthy lifestyle and diet after your surgery. This will also help fend off the signs of aging which can contribute to a flabby tummy, and keep you looking great from head to toe!
Like most invasive procedures, an incision will be made to remove undesirable excess skin and fat. Any scars that result from the incision(s) will be placed in a discreet area. Although the physicians at Toronto Cosmetic Clinic have extensive experience in performing the abdominoplasty procedure, thereby minimizing the visible appearance of scarring, the patient may also help by protecting the scar from the sun in the first few weeks following the surgery. Doing so will prevent the scar from darkening and thickening. Topical creams to help the scar fade can also be recommended by your physician.
Some risks of the tummy tuck procedure include include swelling, bleeding and bruising. Seromas and skin necrosis may also result, but these are rare.