Tummy tuck

Abdominal surgery refers to any operation performed on the organs including the stomach, gallbladder, small or large intestine, liver, pancreas, spleen, and appendix. It can be performed as an open or laparoscopic procedure.

The abdomen (usually called the abdomen) is the space of the body between the chest (chest) and the pelvis. The diaphragm forms the upper surface of the abdomen. At the level of the pelvic bones, the abdomen ends and the pelvis begins.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to expect following surgery

1 Day

In Hospital

4-6 Weeks

Before Exercise

10 Days

Before Driving

2 Hours

In Surgery

Patients Before & After

Owl Image
patient
Owl Image
patient
Owl Image
patient

News

Abdominoplasty
  • 15 February, 2021
  • Tummy tuck

The problem of the protrusion of the abdomen or the emergence of the rumen is one of the most prevalent problems at the present time, and it negatively affects the individual's life, whether from a social or functional point of view, as well as his psychological and health status, which forces many to perform a tummy tuck operation to get rid of excess fat or the so-called rumen and also get rid of Stretch marks after pregnancy and childbirth. Abdominal fat puts pressure on all the organs in it, such as the liver, and thus puts more effort on it and stops it from performing its functions, in addition to it affecting the heart and lungs and may lead to difficulty breathing, which is a common problem for both men and women. ....

Read More

Tummy tuck