Abdominoplasty

Abdominoplasty, also known as tummy tuck, is a surgical procedure that eliminates loosened fat and skin from the abdomen, and tightens the muscle, such that it appears flat and toned. This is quite common among new mothers, who look to restore their body contour after the pregnancy period. For cosmetic purposes, the process has been quite a popular practice in comparison to fat removal.  Enlisted below are a few additional benefits of undergoing this surgery.

Ventral Hernia Correction

Ventral Hernia is a condition when due to breakage of abdominal intestine or tissues through the abdominal wall, a sack or pocket is formed.  It can be either due to abdominal weakness, surgical operations like appendectomies or many other reasons. There is some sort of similarity between the symptoms of abdominoplasty and the one requiring ventral hernia correction. Weakened abdominal muscle is the main cause of hernia, and both of them correct skin pressure.

Ventral hernia is a sort of disorder that can happen repeatedly, even if diagnosed once. Combining the hernia operation with abdominoplasty is not only about strengthening the abdominal wall, but also avoiding hernia from appearing again. It has been claimed as a safe and practical combination that not only reduces recovery time, but also expenses.

Weight Loss Maintenance

Bariatric surgery that reduces the stomach size in order to restore figure, may not be very effective in maintaining weight after the surgery. A detailed study has found that weight loss maintenance becomes easier when the surgery is combined with abdominoplasty. In any condition, the recovery period can take up to several weeks!

Improved Posture

Sudden loss of weight or post multiple pregnancy periods, bloating of muscles in the stomach region is a common thing. One cannot get rid of this accumulation only by exercising or taking proper diet. The abdominoplasty surgery stiffens the weakened muscles and flattens the abdomen, thereby removing any excess skin and fat.

Due to weak abdominal muscles, you may be tempted to sway back; a condition of Lordosis. Post surgery, the patients may notice improved posture due to stiffened muscles in the spinal cord. In order to help you tackle back pain, this goes a long way in avoiding the same.

Stress Urinary Incontinence

SUI or Stress Urinary Incontinence is a bladder condition generally found in women post vaginal birth. It is linked with involuntary leakage brought on by coughing, sneezing or exercising. Even though it can be cured with any non-surgical method, it is advisable to undergo abdominoplasty in critical condition, in order to assist physical recovery. This is highly recommended for the ones not having a caesarian section. During this operation, the incontinence is reduced by creating a slight obstruction in the bladder using a soft tissue near pelvic region.

Before deciding on your options, it is recommended to carry out an in-depth research, and consult an expert like Dr Scott Newman before going for the surgery. Although the recovery time is on the higher side, the end result you get is worth the money spent.