What is Abdominal Aesthetics?

Changes in the abdominal region can occur in people who have gained or lost a lot of weight rapidly for a variety of reasons, including previous births and pregnancy. The weakening of the abdominal muscles, the development of cracks in the skin, the sagging of the skin, and the formation of fat deposits are all symptoms of these changes. Tummy tucks and other abdominal cosmetic procedures have been introduced by aesthetic surgery to address these issues.

By removing conditions that disrupt the aesthetics of the abdominal region, such as gynecomastia, and removing excess fat accumulated in the area, abdominal cosmetic operations strive to achieve an aesthetic and smooth, safe appearance. This process leaves a trace, but the operation is performed by adjusting this trace to remain in the underwear. For this reason, the most important issue to be known is that abdominal aesthetics and tummy tuck operations are not a weight loss or weakening surgery, but a surgical operation in which excess fat and sagging skin in the anterior part of the abdomen are removed and weak abdominal muscles are stretched and strengthened. Aesthetic surgeons conduct the test after speaking with their patients about their complaints, desires, and hopes prior to surgery, just as they do with permanent make-up procedures. The amount and position of fat in the abdominal region, as well as skin sagging, excess, and consistency, are all assessed after that. The patient should inform the surgeon about any major diseases or operations he or she has had in the past, as well as his or her routines and medications. While a complete tummy tuck can take anywhere from 2 to 5 hours depending on the duration of the procedure, a partial tummy tuck can take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours.

As a result of abdominal aesthetics or tummy tuck operations, excess fat accumulated in the abdominal area, sagging in the skin and weakness in the muscles are eliminated, and an aesthetic and healthy visible change becomes a matter of concern.