Tummy Tuck

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Tummy Tuck

With each passing day, many individuals may encounter aesthetic concerns in the abdominal area due to changes in the body. Factors such as health, pregnancy, or weight loss can lead to sagging and loosening of the abdomen. However, one of the solutions brought by modern medicine is tummy tuck surgery, promising to address these issues effectively.

What is Tummy Tuck Surgery?

Tummy tuck surgery is a popular cosmetic procedure known as “abdominoplasty.” This surgery aims to correct excess fat, skin, and loose muscle tissues in the abdominal area. Correcting sagging and deformations that occur after childbirth or significant weight loss is often preferred.


Preparation Before Surgery

Before the surgery, our expert surgeons will conduct a detailed pre-assessment with you and create a personalized surgical plan tailored to your needs. This stage is critical to understanding your expectations and achieving the best results.

Areas of Application

Tummy tuck surgery aims to correct excess fat, skin, and muscle tissues in the abdominal area. This typically involves tightening the muscles in the lower abdomen and stretching the skin to achieve a more aesthetic appearance.

Types of Tummy Tuck

Tummy tuck surgeries can be performed using different techniques depending on the individual’s needs and aesthetic goals. Here are some common types of tummy tuck surgery:


Full Abdominoplasty

This type of surgery aims to flatten the abdomen by tightening the muscles starting from around the navel and removing excess skin and fat tissue. In addition to removing excess skin from the lower abdomen, the skin around the navel is also repositioned.

Mini Abdominoplasty

Mini tummy tuck surgery is usually performed on individuals with mild lower abdominal skin sagging. This procedure typically requires a smaller incision to correct excess skin below the navel.

Extended Abdominoplasty

Also known as 270-degree tummy tuck. It is preferred in patients with excess skin in the abdominal front wall and the side and waist areas.

Circumferential Abdominoplasty

Known as 360-degree tummy tuck. It is a method applied to patients who have lost over 25 kilograms of weight after diet or gastric reduction.

Tummy Tuck with Hernia Repair

In some cases, additional procedures may be performed to repair hernias in the abdominal wall during tummy tuck surgery. This aims to tighten the muscles more effectively and correct structural issues in the abdominal area. osedürler de uygulanabilir. Bu, kasları daha etkili bir şekilde sıkılaştırmayı ve karın bölgesindeki yapısal sorunları düzeltmeyi amaçlar.

Each type of surgery is determined based on the patient’s needs and postoperative expectations. Therefore, it is essential to have an evaluation by an expert surgeon to choose the most suitable type of surgery.

Risks and Complications

Like any surgical procedure, tummy tuck surgery carries some risks. These may include infection, bleeding, anesthesia-related complications, fat embolism, and specific risk factors depending on your personal health status and preoperative assessment results.

Suitable Candidates

Tummy tuck surgery is generally suitable for healthy individuals, but anyone experiencing a sagging abdominal area after pregnancy or weight loss may be a potential candidate. Our surgeons will conduct a detailed assessment to determine if the surgery suits you.

Success Rate

The success rate of tummy tuck surgery may vary depending on surgical expertise, the patient’s health status, and postoperative care. However, the satisfaction rates achieved with such surgical interventions are generally high.


Tummy tuck surgery can offer an effective solution to regain your aesthetic appearance and boost your self-confidence. With the experience of our expert surgeons and state-of-the-art equipment, you can achieve a healthy and aesthetic look.

Everyone is unique, so seeking expert advice is essential to determine what’s best for you. Contact us for a detailed evaluation and more information. Enjoy the feeling of rebirth and self-confidence!

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