Tummy Tuck

Tummy tuck in Mexico removes excess fat and skin, and restores weakened or separated muscles for MTF patients who are seeking to create a flawless abdominal profile.

A flat and well-toned abdomen is something all of us strive for through exercise and weight control goals.

A flawless abdomen area is the envy of all and a desired aspect for passable MTF goals. Some are not genetically predisposed to having a toned abdominal area; Mexico is the perfect answer to achieve the stunningly flat stomach you’ve always dreamed of.

Tummy Tuck Defined

Tummy tuck or ABDOMINOPLASTY is a highly aggressive cosmetic plastic surgery procedure that flattens the abdomen by removing extra fat and skin and tightening the muscles in your abdominal wall.

Procedure for Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty is often achieved with general anesthesia. The procedure begins with the surgeon creating a relatively long incision across the abdomen, from hip bone to hip bone. A second incision is introduced around the belly button to free it from the abdominal tissue.

The skin is separated from the abdominal wall, up to the ribs, exposing the vertical abdominal muscles. The rectus muscles are then sutured into their new site. After the muscles have been repositioned and tightened, the excess skin is stretched and removed.

The remaining skin is re0draped over the abdominal area and sutured in place. The belly button is relocated.

Recovery Stages

During your abdominoplasty recovery in Mexico you will most likely experience mild to moderate discomfort. MTF patients will require prescription pain medications for up to two weeks after the procedure. There will be moderate swelling and bruising, which will improve in 10 days but may take months to subside entirely.

The pain is typically intense in first 24 hours after your tummy tuck surgery. If your surgery requires an overnight stay, your pain may be lessened with intravenous pain medication or a pain pump.

Tubes or drains are often used to help remove any excess fluid or blood after your abdominoplasty. Your incision will be covered in dressings and bandages. You may also be asked to wear a support garment around your abdomen to minimize swelling and support your newly tightened tummy during the healing process.

Risks and Side Effects

Like all surgeries, tummy tuck carries certain risks, including infection, anesthesia complications, hematoma and seroma.

Each person’s risk profile is unique. In general, tummy tuck risks include:

  • Tissue loss
  • Infection
  • Bleeding
  • Bleeding under the skin flap
  • Insufficient wound healing
  • Cosmetic dissatisfaction with the results

Benefits of Abdominoplasty in Mexico

MTF patients who have slack abdominal skin and fat that is focused in the abdomen can benefit from SRS surgery in Mexico.

Abdominoplasty in Mexico will improve your body contour by creating a abdomen area that is firmer and flatter. You may find that you feel more contented in your clothing and are more self-assured about your appearance.


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