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 Abdominal surgery, also called abdominoplasty, changes the shape of the abdominal area and makes it look and feel smooth. In abdominal surgery, the abdominal bump is not just corrected. In cases where the curvature of the flanks has disappeared and the flesh has been filled, the abdominal surgery will also smooth out the flanks and provide a smooth, shaved appearance.

Abdominal surgery, in addition to correcting excess skin and fat in the abdominal area, can also eliminate the so-called abdominal muscle detachment, which is a right abdominal wall muscle breakdown that occurs especially in some women after pregnancy.

When the problem is just excess fat and the skin has good consistency and elasticity, you can get good results with the fat suction method. This procedure is not called abdominal surgery and is actually abdominal fat suction or liposuction.

In actual abdominal surgery, the extra skin of the abdominal area will also be removed and the skin will have to be removed and removed to make the abdomen smooth.
If you are considering abdominal surgery, you should consult a plastic surgeon with a specialized encyclopedia to determine exactly how you can get the best results possible.

Suitable candidate for abdominal surgery

Suitable candidates for abdominal surgery are healthy men and women who have extra abdominal skin, are stable in weight and are not obese.
 They do not have physical problems that prevent the wound from healing properly, such as heart disease or some autoimmune disorders.
 If you have problems that may endanger your health, make sure that your plastic surgeon and your treating physician discuss this with each other.

 Women who are planning to become pregnant in the future are better off postponing their abdominal surgery. Abdominal surgery does not interfere with pregnancy, but the positive results from this surgery will be greatly missed following pregnancy.

 

How to perform abdominal surgery

  Surgery involves abdominal surgery by cutting and removing excess skin and sometimes by removing fat. Typically, surgical abdominal incisions are made over the bones to smooth the abdomen. These incisions may be very short, up to a few centimeters, or extend from the hip bone to the other on the other side, and even back. The umbilical cord may also be cut. Creates a new abdominal form where necessary using internal sutures. If there is a muscle breakdown, the right abdominal muscles that are separated will be attached to each other. After removing excess fat and internal fixation, they pull the skin down to the incision, trim the extra tissue and sew the incisions with sutures or metal fasteners. Creates a new hole for the navel and sutures the navel to the edges of the hole.

 

What awaits me in the process of abdominal surgery

  Abdominal surgery is usually performed with general anesthesia. Staying overnight in a hospital or rehabilitation center is recommended depending on the volume of abdominal surgery.

In the first 24 to 48 hours of waking up, you must be in charge of an adult at all times. You will feel pain in the abdominal area as well as the incision site, which can be controlled with medication.

In most cases, your plastic surgeon recommends that you do not completely straighten your body one to two weeks after abdominal surgery and just lie down half-way down and pillow under your knees. You may need some basic things like getting dressed and going to the bathroom in the first few days. You should start walking as soon as possible to reduce the risk of blood clots in your body.

Thin narrow tubes may work in your body to discharge any excess fluid that accumulates at the site of operation. It also probably closes that area. Or dressing your sutures. Once you feel ready, you can resume your daily activities.

External sutures or metal fasteners are removed within approximately one to two weeks. The abdominal tissues may become stiff during healing and the area may crack. Most swelling usually resolves within 1 to 6 months and the final results of abdominal surgery can be seen within 6 months.

The incision site will continue to soften, dim, and improve for the next one or two years. Abdominal surgeries are permanent, just like any other surgery. But the location of these scarves can be hidden under most underwear and swimsuits.

 

What you need to know about the potential complications of abdominal surgery

Abdominal surgery is a very safe procedure if performed by a qualified plastic surgeon on a physically fit candidate. One possible consequence of asymmetry is the possibility of infection, blood clots, subcutaneous blood accumulation, excessive fluid accumulation, necrosis and, in rare cases, pulmonary embolism. It is also possible to create prominent or irregular scars. In addition, there is a risk of abdominal tissue damage due to standing upright before complete healing. Like any other surgery, minor corrective actions may be required. And the dangers of anesthesia should always be considered probable.

 

Your responsibilities during abdominal surgery

Tobacco can severely prevent wounds, so be sure to avoid smoking a few weeks before your abdominal surgery. In addition, you should carefully follow all the recommendations of your plastic surgeon. Although bending can be uncomfortable for a few days, it is essential to heal wounds and get good results from abdominal surgery. If you take good care of your wounds and follow all the instructions for using topical ointments, silicone sheets and massaging the incisions, the incisions will be well restored. In addition, you should keep your weight constant and at the optimum level and exercise regularly so that your abdomen and limbs look better with a smooth abdomen.

 

 

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