Have you considered the tummy tuck surgery? If your answer is a yes, you need to be aware of the abdominoplasty safety tips. After all you must remember that it is a surgery. You must execute the precautionary methods.
Abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgery, which is a one of the fastest methods of removing tummy fat. Before undergoing the surgery, you must consider the safety tips to have a successful operation.
Look for a certified surgeon
You must choose a qualified cosmetic surgeon for the abdominoplasty surgical procedure. When it comes to selecting a doctor, look for a surgeon who is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). You should check that the doctor is a board-certified plastic surgeon or not. The surgeon must complete at least five years of surgical training and a minimum of two years of training in plastic surgery to conduct any cosmetic procedure.
You can read this article : Abdominoplasty risks and combinations
Compatible with the latest technology is a must
An abdominoplasty surgeon should be well trained and experienced in all plastic surgical procedures including tummy tuck. The doctor must aware of latest technologies, tools and instruments to do the surgery easily. You should also view old records or patient photos to get an idea about the doctor treatment procedure. If you have any doubts or questions, you must talk with an experienced plastic surgeon and clear all before the surgery.
Abdominoplasty safety tips
Tummy Tuck – Is It Safe? What Are the Risks and Side Effects?
Hello. Abdominoplasty are very commonly performed surgeries with a high satisfaction rate. I have performed over 1000 of these procedures and the patients are among my happiest. This surgery corrects the loose skin, stretch marks, lax abdominal muscles and excess tummy fat often seen after pregnancy or weight gain/loss and that do not respond well to diet and exercise.
Like any surgical procedure, there are risks associated with tummy tucks. These include infection, blood or fluid collections under the skin, prolonged numbness, poor scars, blood clots etc. However, in healthy patients with few or no risk factors, this procedure is very safe with a low rate of serious complications. Make sure that your surgeon is a board-certified plastic surgeon with significant experience in this type of surgery and you are likley to have an excellent outcome.
Arie Benchetrit, MD
Montreal Plastic Surgeon