Dr. Robert Troell - Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV & Irvine, CA
Cosmetic and Facial Plastic Surgeon
Abdominoplasty (*), known more commonly as a “Tummy Tuck” (view: Tummy Tuck before and after pics), is a procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen, and to tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall. The procedure can dramatically reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen.
Individual factors and personal preferences will determine the specific technique selected to smooth and flatten your abdomen. Generally, a horizontal incision is placed just within or above the pubic area. The length of the incision, which extends laterally toward the pelvic bones, depends largely on the amount of skin to be removed. The contour of this incision will vary somewhat according to the structure of your abdomen and the style of bathing suit or lingerie that you prefer. Often it is possible to keep the incision within your bathing suit lines, but this may not always be possible. Results depend on your individual circumstances.
Before and After Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) Photos: (*)
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You may be a good candidate for Abdominoplasty if you have one or more of the following conditions:
- Child birth
- Excess or sagging abdominal skin
- An abdomen that protrudes and is out of proportion to the rest of your body
- Abdominal muscles that have been separated and weakened
- Excess fatty tissue that is concentrated in your abdomen
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Please feel free to call our offices in Las Vegas, Nevada (702) 242-6488 and Irvine, California (949) 220-0532.
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Photographs of people used on the following pages are before and after photos of patients who have undergone surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures described herein and that provide a reasonable indication of typical results of the advertised procedure. Results may vary and this may not be typical of every user. In the event that this Website uses the image of a non-patient model, we will make reasonably attempts to state that the photo used is of a non-patient model.