The body contour you desire

Surgical body contouring is a group of procedures designed to reshape and sculpt the body by removing excess skin and fat deposits. It is an effective way to achieve a more proportionate and aesthetically pleasing body contour. If you are considering body contouring surgery, here is some information to help you understand the different procedures and options:

Body contouring procedures are commonly performed after pregnancy, as well as after significant weight loss, whether through diet and exercise or bariatric surgery or due to the natural aging process. These procedures can target various areas of the body, including the abdomen, breasts, thighs, buttocks, arms, and more.

Body contouring procedures are typically performed under general anesthesia or sedation. The surgery length and recovery time will depend on the extent of the procedures performed and your individual healing capacity. We will provide detailed pre-operative and post-operative instructions to ensure a safe and smooth recovery.

It’s very important to choose a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon who performs body contouring procedures. We will guide you through the process, explain the expected outcomes, and provide personalized recommendations to help you achieve the body contour you desire.


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Creating a body contouring plan specifically for you

The specific body contouring procedures that may be recommended for you depend on your individual concerns and goals. Some common surgical body contouring procedures include:

  1. Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck): This procedure involves removing excess skin and fat from the abdominal area, tightening the abdominal muscles, and reshaping the waistline. It can address loose skin, stretch marks, and a protruding abdomen. Usually the incision is low at the waist line, but sometimes a reverse tummy tuck is done for excess skin that rests higher up by the breast crease.
  2. Liposuction: Liposuction is a surgical procedure that removes excess fat deposits from specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, arms, or neck. It can help contour and sculpt these areas to achieve a more balanced and defined appearance.
  3. Breast lift or reduction: These procedures are often included in body contouring after significant weight loss or pregnancy. A breast lift, or mastopexy, removes excess skin, reshapes the breasts, and lifts them to a more youthful position. Breast reduction surgery removes excess breast tissue to alleviate discomfort and achieve a more proportionate breast size.
  4. Thigh lift: This procedure removes excess skin and fat from the inner or outer thighs, resulting in a more toned and contoured appearance. It can address sagging skin and improve the overall shape of the thighs.
  5. Arm lift (brachioplasty): An arm lift removes excess skin and fat from the upper arms, reducing sagging and creating a more defined arm contour.

During your consultation we will evaluate your specific concerns and goals, examine your body, and discuss which procedures would be most appropriate for you. We will explain the techniques involved, potential risks and complications, and expected recovery process. It’s important to have realistic expectations and openly communicate your desires with your surgeon.

Remember to discuss any concerns or questions you may have during your consultation to ensure that body contouring surgery is the right choice for you.