Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)

Boost your confidence with a beautiful, flat belly


Whether you lost weight, were pregnant, a C section, or your tummy got more saggy with age, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) can help you reduces your fat excess and get your tummy a nice flat look to boost your confidence and enjoy your body.

147 customers have used our services last week alone!

“When I lost weight I was left with severe skin sagging”

Losing weight is an incredible achievement on your part, but it comes with consequences. The bigger the achievement, the more severe sagginess gets. This can trouble your own happiness as people usually feel shy and embarrassed about their bodies.


After Pregnancy and C-Section

Your body will change after a normal pregnancy or one that’s followed by cesarean delivery (C-section).

Luckily, an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) can help you get a fit shape and correct everything that pregnancy or a c-section caused to your tummy’s skin.

Shopping will be fun again

You don’t need to hide anymore. And you don’t need to choose only baggy clothes to hide your saggy tummy. You’ll be free to choose what you want and get excited again when it’s shopping time.

A safe procedure and in safe hands…

97,988 Abdominoplasty surgeries (tummy tucks) have been done in 2020 alone based on the plastic surgery statistics report conducted by plasticsurgery.org, making it a pretty safe option. Moreover, you’ll be in the hands of one of the most reputable plastic surgeons Giuseppe Colombo, MD. Ph.D. who’s a double board-certified plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon.

“I’m really more confident now, and I feel so much happier within myself”

It’s generally a relief to get rid of the things that make us hide our body. A saggy tummy, especially in a fit body, can be annoying. Getting rid of it and getting tighter and leaner abs will make you feel good about your body, be proud of it and avoid any shame or embarrassment.

147 customers have used our services last week alone!

Meet Giuseppe Colombo, MD, Ph.D

Dr. Giuseppe Colombo, MD, Ph.D. will work with you to create a plan so you can get peace of mind and boost your confidence.

Author and co-author of over 30 scientific articles published in international journals.

Graduated in Medicine and Surgery, at the University of Genoa with honors and a gold medal for academic value.

Specialization Diploma in Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthestic Surgery with honors.

Book your consultation with Giuseppe Colombo,
MD, Ph.D., double board-certified plastic,
reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon

Common Questions About Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck)

Generally, yes. Depending on your overall health and the types of additional procedures you are requesting, it is possible to combine surgeries. Liposuction is the most common procedure that is combined with a Tummy Tuck, followed by Breast Surgery (Breast Augmentation, Breast Lift, etc.).

Yes, if you are too overweight, your surgeon will advise you to be in your ideal weight range and maintain that stable weight for a period to qualify for a tummy tuck.

Liposuction removes fat from undesirable areas of the body. With liposuction the surgical incisions are small and recovery time is minimal. Liposuction by itself does not tighten excess skin from massive weight loss or childbirth.
A tummy tuck removes excess fat and skin and implies surgery to correct and tighten weakened abdominal wall muscles (diastasis recti). A tummy tuck’s surgical area is larger, and the incision is longer. Neither procedure is for weight loss, rather they both help boost your body confidence with a slimmer appearance and help you achieve your ideal body contour.

A tummy tuck is a safe operation, but with any surgery, you have the risks of bleeding, sensation changes, infection, seromas, contour irregularities and hematomas.

‘Mini’ refers to the length of the skin incision that is made and is generally less than the length used in a ‘Standard’ Tummy Tuck, which typically goes from hip to hip. Many prospective patients request a Mini Tummy Tuck to avoid a longer scar. Most patients who are candidates for a Tummy Tuck procedure, however, are not ideal candidates for a Mini Tummy Tuck. This is because the majority of patients present with excess skin and fat in their lower abdomen that cannot be adequately removed through a smaller incision.

Where a tummy tuck reconstructs the muscles underneath and removes excess skin, liposuction only removes excess fat. Liposuction will not remove or reduce loose or excess skin.

After your tummy tuck, you should plan to take 2 weeks off of work and you will be required to limit your physical activity. After 2 weeks you should be able return to work. You will have a draining tube for one day and wear a compression garment for 6 weeks following your surgery and an abdominal garment for 1 month.

You are a good candidate if you are currently at a stable weight and not planning to have any more children. Both men and women can be candidates for a tummy tuck.

Mini tummy tucks leave a scar approximately 15-20 cm long. The scar will be low on the abdomen and can be easily covered. A traditional tummy tuck leaves the same scar as a mini tummy tuck but a little longer with the addition of a possible small and short vertical scar up the abdomen.

This surgery is designed to get rid of all of the excess skin between your pubis and belly button. It also corrects abdominal muscles diastasis, which are usually stretched out after pregnancy.

The stretch marks between your pubis and belly button will be removed; those above the belly button will remain.

Within the first few weeks, almost all of the swelling is usually gone. It may take up twelve months to see the final result.

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