Tummy Tuck

You’ve worked hard to lose weight and to improve your muscle tone through diet and exercise programs. But when you have reached your desired weight but not your desired shape, it may be time to consider a tummy tuck.
When you were at a higher weight, your skin may have been stretched, and your muscles may have become weak and separated. A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, can correct this problem and leave you with a flatter stomach that better complements your healthy new weight. During this procedure, Dr. Wadiwala will make an incision in the lower part of your abdomen, through which he will tighten and repair muscles and remove excess fat, skin, and tissue.

Now that you’ve dropped the pounds, you’ve also dropped the skin – it probably hangs on your belly and creates an unflattering look. And no matter how many crunches you do, you just can’t seem to get those abdominal muscles anywhere near a six-pack. Without the help of plastic surgery, you might be stuck. No creams will lift lax tummy skin, no amount of crunches will tighten loose stomach muscles, and oftentimes even the healthiest diet will not be able to reduce certain fat deposits along the abdominal wall. Only abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) in Houston with Dr. Irfan Wadiwala can help you address these problem areas sufficiently.

Abdominoplasty is the one of the most popular plastic surgeries for women, and is becoming increasingly popular for men as well. This is truly a transformative procedure, and many of our patients tell us that they wish they scheduled surgery sooner. Picture yourself standing in front of a mirror in just your underwear seeing stomach that lies flat between your hips with no rolls or bulges over the elastic waistband of your underpants. You’ve done the work-outs, you’ve lost the weight, and you owe it to yourself to pursue your desired figure.

No matter where you had your surgery performed, give us a call and schedule an appointment with Houston based bariatric board-certified surgeon, Dr. Irfan Wadiwala.

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