Tag: Fleur de Lis Abdominoplasty

Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty After C-Section Surgery

Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty After C-Section Surgery Fleur-de-Lis abdominoplasty helps address excess abdominal skin and separated abdominal muscles resulting from caesarean section (c-section) delivery. While some women would prefer to undergo FDL abdominoplasty surgery on the same day as their c-section delivery,  Dr. Beldholm recommends waiting at least 12 months. Childbirth greatly…

8 Concerns About Pregnancy After Fleur-De-Lis Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Surgery

8 Concerns About Pregnancy After Fleur-De-Lis Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Surgery Pregnancy following Fleur-De-Lis Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) raises concerns like abdominal muscle stretching, skin changes, scar distortion, discomfort, surgical risks, and implications on the delivery mode. Tummy tuck procedures are popular for treating skin laxity and contouring the abdomen. Fleur-de-Lis is…

Treating Loose Skin Following Bariatric Surgery on the Abdomen and Back

Treating Loose Skin Following Bariatric Surgery on the Abdomen and Back Treating loose skin on the abdomen and back following bariatric surgery involves non-invasive approaches like maintaining a healthy diet, exercising, and topical treatments; or surgical procedures like an abdominoplasty. Sagging abdominal and back skin can lead to health and…

Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty Surgery Guide

Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty Surgery Guide Fleur-de-Lis is an abdominoplasty procedure involving a vertical and a horizontal incision intersecting at the groin region, forming an inverted T. The procedure helps remove loose skin in patients with major weight loss, which would be challenging to remove through standard abdominoplasty procedures. This fleur de…

What is Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty?

What is Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty? Traditional abdominoplasty may be inadequate in addressing the abdominal contours in major weight loss patients. This requires a specialised abdominoplasty procedure that adequately addresses this challenge. Fleur-de-Lis is an abdominoplasty technique that removes significant redundant belly skin and fat vertically and horizontally in major weight loss…

How to Maintain Results Following Abdominoplasty

How to Maintain Results Following Abdominoplasty Maintaining the results of an abdominoplasty, commonly referred to as a tummy tuck, involves a combination of proper post-operative care, a healthy lifestyle, ongoing attention to an individual’s body, and some little patience.  Neglecting proper aftercare following abdominoplasty can result in issues like loose…

Abdominoplasty After Weight Loss

Abdominoplasty After Weight Loss Abdominoplasty addresses excess skin and tissue in the abdominal area after significant weight loss. It offers a solution by removing excess skin and fat, tightening the abdominal muscles, and creating a smoother, more toned contour. In recent years, abdominoplasty has gained popularity in Australia, especially for…

When Will I Feel Normal After an Abdominoplasty Procedure?

When Will I Feel Normal After an Abdominoplasty Procedure? After an abdominoplasty, patients are required to take some time off from work and modify their normal routines to allow the body to recover. Most patients will start feeling back to normal after about six to eight weeks. The recovery period…

Abdominoplasty After Bariatric Surgery

Abdominoplasty After Bariatric Surgery Abdominoplasty after bariatric surgery focuses on removing excess skin and tissue resulting from significant weight loss. It reshapes the abdomen by tightening stomach muscles, enhancing the patient’s appearance and health. Besides improving aesthetics, post-bariatric abdominoplasty can also enhance comfort and mobility for patients, allowing them to…

Is An Abdominoplasty Major Surgery?

Is An Abdominoplasty Major Surgery? While there is no official classification as to whether abdominoplasty is considered major surgery, most plastic surgeons agree that any elective surgery in the abdominal area to remove excess fat, skin, and underlying tissue, involving general anaesthesia, is not a minor surgical procedure. Reasons An…

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