Tummy Tuck Miami
Tummy Tuck or Abdominoplasty at The Secret Plastic Surgery in Miami
Tummy tuck surgery in Miami, also known to patients as “abdominoplasty” improves the appearance of your body. Removes excess fat and skin, in most cases, restores weakened or separated muscles creating an abdominal profile that is smoother and firmer.
What is a Tummy Tuck?
Tummy Tuck, sometimes referred to as “abdominoplasty” by patients. Tummy Tuck in Miami is a cosmetic procedure that removes excess skin and leaves patients with a flatter, more youthful-looking stomach.
Benefits of tummy tuck surgery in Miami
- Removes excess fat and skin
- Restores weakened or separated muscles
- Flat and well-toned abdomen
- Restore the abdominal structure
- Improve the appearance of body.
- Improve your self-image and self-confidence.
Ideal candidates for tummy tuck
Tummy Tuck is a surgical procedure, and with it comes risks. So you need to be in good health before you get it. That means you must at least:
- Weak or separated muscles in the abdomen
- Excess skin in the abdomen area.
- Healthy individuals who do not have a life-threatening illness
How much does tummy tuck cost in Miami?
The cost of tummy tuck in Miami ranges from $2,500 to $7000, according to statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. The Secret Plastic Surgery offers several plastic surgery financing options, such as Alphaeon, Care Credit among others. We offer you great discounts, because our priority is our patient. We allow you to pay for your tummy tuck surgery in up to one year with 0% interest with as little as a $ 500 deposit to set the price.
Tummy Tuck costs are based on:
- Plastic Surgeon experience
- Medical and laboratory tests
- Post-surgery garments
- Type of tummy tuck, mini tummy tuck, tummy tuck extended, regular
Tummy Tuck consultation with the plastic surgeon
It is very important that you ask your plastic surgeon all questions about the tummy tuck procedure. It’s natural to feel some anxiety, whether it’s excitement about your anticipated new look or a little pre-operative stress.
- Previous surgeries
- Medical conditions, drug allergies, and previous medical treatments
- Current medications, vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, tobacco, and drug use.
- Evaluate your general health status and any pre-existing health conditions or risk factors
- Take photographs
- Discuss your tummy tuck options
Find a good plastic surgeon for your tummy tuck procedure
Preparing for a tummy tuck surgery
- Get lab testing or a medical evaluation
- Take certain medications or adjust your current medications
- Stop smoking
- Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements as they can increase bleeding
- Tummy tuck should be performed in an accredited office-based surgical facility, licensed ambulatory surgical center or a hospital.
Tummy tuck surgery process
Medications are administered for your comfort during the surgical procedures. The choices include intravenous sedation and general anesthesia. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you.
A full tummy tuck requires a horizontally-oriented incision in the area between the pubic hairline and belly button. The shape and length of the incision will be determined by the amount of excess skin. Once the abdominal skin is lifted, the underlying weakened abdominal muscles are repaired.
A second incision around the navel may be necessary to remove excess skin in the upper abdomen. The upper abdominal skin is pulled down like a window shade. The excess skin is trimmed and the remaining skin is sutured together. A new opening for the belly button is created. The belly button is popped through to the surface and sutured into position.
Closing the incisions
Sutures, skin adhesives, tapes or clips close the skin incisions.
See the results
Your tummy tuck will result in a flatter, firmer abdominal contour that is more proportionate with your body type and weight.
What are the risks of tummy tuck?
- Anesthesia risks
- Fluid accumulation (seroma)
- Numbness or other changes in skin sensation
- Persistent pain
- Poor wound healing
- Recurrent looseness of skin
- Skin discoloration and/or prolonged swelling