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Tummy Tuck Pennsylvania

Tummy Tuck Pennsylvania

Published on April 28, 2018 

The Tummy Tuck procedure is aimed at improving the appearance of the mid-section—a common area for both men and women to struggle with for a variety of reasons. Women who have had multiple pregnancies and men and women who have achieved a dramatic weight loss are often left with excess, sagging skin in the mid-section area. Women who have had multiple pregnancies, in addition to excess, sagging skin often deal with stretched out abdominal muscle. Tummy Tuck surgery is performed through an incision in the bottom area of the mid-section from hip to hip. It is important to understand that this incision will leave behind a permanent scar that fades over time and is easily hidden by clothing and underwear, though will never go away completely.

View our online before and after photo gallery to see real results our patients have enjoyed through the Tummy Tuck procedure. The Tummy Tuck procedure, also called Abdominoplasty, may be performed on its own or in combination with other procedures such as Liposuction if there is excess, stubborn fat in the area. If you are interested in learning more about the Tummy Tuck procedure and recovery process, and to find out if it may be right for you, contact our office to schedule your consultation with Dr. Brenman today.

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