If you’ve been having trouble eliminating extra skin folds in the abdominal region, our experienced doctors at Long Island Plastic Surgical Group can help you attain a tighter, athletic-looking stomach. Abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck surgery, at our Long Island, New York practice is the gold standard procedure for getting rid of stubborn, excess skin in the midsection. This commonly performed body contouring procedure can give you a more toned, fit appearance to the stomach and is often combined with liposuction to help you get rid of extra fat that doesn’t respond to diet and exercise. A tummy tuck can also be very beneficial for new mothers who are having trouble getting back to their pre-pregnancy figures, which is why the procedure is often included in the mommy makeover. Plastic surgeons at LIPSG are some of the most skilled and respected in the region, and many have been trained and educated at some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the world. Our doctors are highly adept with abdominoplasty procedures and offer safe, effective treatment that can provide you with natural-looking results.
Please contact the experienced plastic surgeons at LIPSG for more information on tummy tuck surgery at our Long Island, New York practice.
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
A tummy tuck, medically referred to as abdominoplasty, is designed to remove extra fat and skin from the abdominal region and redrape the area for a firmer midsection. Excess skin folds and fat can appear in this region due to a number of factors, including:
- Significant weight loss
Excess fat and skin in the abdomen can often be extraordinarily difficult to eliminate, even with a strict diet and a rigorous exercise routine. As you can see in some of these before-and-after tummy tuck photos, this procedure can do wonders for tightening the abdominal muscles and getting rid of the excess skin.
Contact the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group to schedule a consultation with one of our tummy tuck surgeons. We will discuss all aspects of the procedure with you and address any questions or concerns you may have.