Tummy Tuck 17007

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Extended Tummy Tuck Surgery

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7 weeks following surgery

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Mr Adrian Richards

Surgeon's comment

This 28 year old lady had 3 children all born by Caesarian section. She felt that despite exercising she had too much tissue and an overhang over her C-section scar. This often occurs as the scar sticks to the underlying muscle and is fixed in place. The loose skin then overhangs the scar. Loosing weight can make the skin looser and make the overhang worse. She also had a split between her rectus abdominis muscles (the six-pack muscles) that run downwards in the front of the tummy. This split is called a diastasis of the recti. A full tummy tuck combined with repair of her recti muscles was performed by Adrian Richards with liposuction to her flanks. As surgery her 3 C-section scars were removed leaving her with one scar. Repairing the gap between the recti abdominis muscles tightens the waist and makes it easier to perform tummy exercises such as crunches. A split in the recti muscles can cause back pain and poor posture and this is often helped with a tummy tuck procedure.

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