- Fleur De Lis abdominoplasty technique
- Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty cost
- Who is the best candidate for Fleur-de-lis tummy tuck?
- How long does it take to recover from fleur-de-lis tummy tuck?
It is very similar to standard Abdominoplasty but Fleur-de-lis tummy tuck is suitable for clients with larger scope of skin excess, such as large amount of weight loss after gastric bypass or pregnancy.
When a standard tummy tuck is not sufficient enough, then the Fleur-de-lis Abdominoplasty is your choice.
Like a standard tummy tuck, the Fleur-de-lis abdominoplasty tightens abdominal muscles and repositions the navel. However, as Fleur-de-lis tummy tuck covers larger amount of area, it involves two incisions, horizontal and vertical too.
The vertical incision runs from the lower chest to the pubic area. This results in a final scar of a “T” shape. In clients who have had a gastric bypass, the vertical scar is re-used and no new scars are required.
These incisions allow the surgeon to tighten the abdominal muscles and remove as much excess skin as possible. The navel is the put in its new and balanced position so that it is modeled into a nice fashion.
Due to several factors the Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty offered by us comes at an affordable price. You can save as much as 70% on the final price comparing the UK Fleur-de-Lis Abdominoplasty costs.
At the same time, you will get professional treatment by board certified plastic and aesthetic surgeons and medical staff along with highest level of service and cutting-edge equipment.
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The Fleur-de-lis tummy tuck treats vertical and circumferential skin excess. This procedure is indicated in clients after gastric bypass and massive weight loss. However, each client is advised the best treatment during consultation with one of our surgeons.
If you suffer from horizontal but also vertical skin excess you are the best candidate. This technique is designed in order to treat the whole area from lower chest to the bottom of your belly.
This procedure takes about 4 to 6 hours in general anesthesia. Thus the clients stay at least overnight and are carefully treated and watched.
As it is a procedure of a large scope, you are likely to feel pain, notice redness and swelling or bruising.
Clients are advised to wear compression garment and avoid physical activity to help keep the tissues together, lifting heavy objects, sports activities, etc. are strictly forbidden. In certain cases drains are necessary to help prevent accumulation of fluids in the abdominal area.
These are in most cases removed on the second day after the procedure. Recovery period takes up to 6 weeks and there are no stiches/sutures needed to be removed as they will dissolve. Each client is given detailed advice and instructions so that the best results will be achieved.