CONSIDERING A TUMMY TUCK?
Abdominoplasty Dubai | 5 May 2023
After childbirth or weight reduction, the midriff may be mutilated by excess skin and fat. Particularly, after having a second child or twins, many women find that their muscles and skin don’t return to their former look, which may lead to a recurring stretch in the centre. Abdominoplasty, or “stomach fold” surgery, tightens the waistline by removing extra skin and fat and strengthening the abs. You have a decent chance of developing a belly fold if your weight is consistent, your health is good, you don’t smoke, and you have realistic expectations.
Skin, fat, and muscle are the components of the stomach wall. The rectus sash, a thick covering over the rectus abdominis muscles that make up the “six pack” of abdominal muscles, is present. Pregnancy and weight gain frequently weaken and loosen up this fascial layer. Therefore, a patient may develop laxity of the stomach wall after becoming in shape or having children. The excess skin and fat are removed, and the fascial layer covering the rectus abdominis muscles is repaired throughout the process.
During the abdominoplasty operation, an even cut is done inside the two-piece line in the lower stomach. Patients who have had a previous C-segment might have the cut made in a same spot and extended to the sides. The rectus abdominis muscles of the stomach are strengthened while the extra skin and fat are regulated and redraped. During an abdominal surgical operation, the umbilicus, or navel, must generally be relocated by a subsequent cut. The “small scale” abdominoplasty approach involves fixing the lower abdominal muscles while removing fat and skin just by a restricted flat swimsuit cut, with no repositioning of the navel.
Sometimes abdominal surgery and liposuction are combined to shape the flanks. A small percentage of people decide to undergo a surgical procedure to simultaneously elevate, add volume to, or do both to their breasts. The process of combining a breast lift with an operation on the belly folds is sometimes referred to as a “mom makeover” procedure.