Tummy Tuck to Get Rid Of Weakened Tummy Muscles
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Pregnancy, obesity, significant weight loss, or weight changes contribute to the buildup of excess fat and loose skin in the abdominal area. To get rid of weakened tummy muscles and to eliminate excess fatty tissue and skin, tummy tuck serves as the best option. The procedure is ideal for those who have excessive fat deposits or sagging skin around the abdomen, despite following strict diet and exercise programs.
There are many experienced surgeons providing tummy tucks on a regular basis. It is essential to choose an experienced and board certified plastic surgeon to ensure the best aesthetic results. Not everyone is a good candidate for surgical intervention. A tummy tuck surgeon can determine whether you are a candidate for the surgery. Your surgeon would also give a clear idea about the different options available for performing the procedure.
Tummy Tuck - the Latest Options
Most patients feel comfortable with the tummy tuck procedure done with SmartLipo Triplex. Those who want to avoid general anesthesia, downtime, and larger incision required for a tummy tuck can opt for SmartLipo Triplex. Introduced by Cynosure, SmartLipo Triplex is a laser lipolysis system that comes with advanced features and capabilities. Combining the three laser wavelengths 1440nm, 1064 and 1320 nm with unique patented MultiPlex technology, SmartLipo Triplex offers greater fat reduction and skin tightening. Getting six pack abs is much easier with this device.
Another device that many plastic surgeons use in their practices is BodyTite, which is currently undergoing review by the FDA. Tummy tuck procedure done with Invasix's BodyTite is precise and safe, providing results much faster. Pain and discomfort are minimal. The main highlight is that the device uses radio frequency energy to liquefy fat.
Initially, there will be discomfort after your surgical procedure. But when compared to the traditional procedure, the above tummy tuck procedures are minimally invasive. So patients have benefits such as decreased blood loss and tissue trauma, less pain and shorter hospital stay.