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Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty or ‘Tummy Tuck’ restores a youthful appearance to the abdomen by the removal of excess abdominal ptosis involving excess abdominal fat, skin and sometimes muscle weakness. This condition is more produced by weight loss following pregnancy, trauma and congenital anomalies.

During the procedure excess lower abdominal skin and fat is removed, the umbilicus is repositioned and the underlying muscles are often tightened. Liposuction may be used in conjunction with the procedure in order to further enhance the final outcome. Repair of abdominal hernias is sometimes possible at the time of the procedure.

Many variants of abdominal contour deformity are seen and treatment may be varied accordingly. In some circumstances liposuction alone is the procedure of choice. In other circumstances skin resection only is necessary.

In order to get the best result all facets of the operation need to be discussed with Mr Barnett and understood prior to doing an operation.

Abdominoplasty Before & After Photos:  An Example of patient results is shown below.

Before & After Photogallery for Tummy Tuck

Patient 1 – Abdominoplasty (Before Photos)

abdominoplasty before and after photos

Abdominoplasty (After Photos)

abdominoplasty-after

Actual patient of Melbourne Specilalist Plastic Surgeon, Dr Geoffrey Barnett, is shown above.

Patient images used with permission and we are happy to show you many more photos in our Clinics during a consultation or pre-consultation meeting with Dr Barnett’s nurse.  

You’re also welcome to attend one of the regular Hawthorn East FREE PRACTICE information evening events where Dr Barnett is presenting.

Just ask us for the BEST DATES  for the information evening EVENT and let us know you’re wanting to hear about body contouring and abdominoplasty surgery).

Medical Disclaimer
This web site is not intended as a substitute for your own independent health professional’s advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider within your country or place of residency with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Additionally, this information is of a general nature and surgery results vary from patient to patient.