Slim Down with Tummy Tuck Surgery in Houston
Tummy tuck surgery, also known as abdominoplasty, is one of the most effective ways to slim down and get rid of unwanted fat in the midsection. Here at ACPS in Houston, Texas, Dr. Olivier A. Deigni and his committed staff can help enhance your physical comfort and achieve your desired appearance by sculpting your abdominal area with our incredible tummy tuck procedures. An abdominoplasty removes excess skin and fatty tissues in the midsection to achieve a flatter tummy. It is often combined with liposuction to help create the desired shape.
The abdominoplasty procedure provides phenomenal results in patients who have lost a significant amount of weight and cannot get rid of their loose hanging skin; patients who have suffered excess stretching of the abdominal muscles from pregnancies and now have some bulging that cannot seem to go away no matter how many sit-ups or abdominal workout exercises they do. The standard tummy tuck addresses the tissues in the front with incisions that usually go from hip to hip. An extended tummy tuck takes into account the excess tissues in the flank and the incisions go beyond the hips.
Get Rid of Excess Skin and Fatty Tissues with Abdominoplasty in Texas
If you are unhappy with the excess fat or skin in your tummy section, as part of ACPS, Deigni Plastic Surgery is your go-to plastic surgery center for lifechanging abdominoplasty procedures. Depending on your specific needs, our tummy tuck procedures may target several areas in and near the abdominal section. Schedule a tummy tuck consultation with our exceptional plastic surgeon, Dr. Olivier A. Deigni, to decipher which tummy tuck procedure is best for you. Dr. Olivier A. Deigni and his staff at Deigni Plastic Surgery are eager to help their patients live their healthiest and happiest lives. Contact Dr. Olivier A. Deigni to discuss all your tummy tuck options.
Plan Your Tummy Tuck Surgery with Dr. Olivier A. Deigni
- Average cost: $6,000 – $8,000
- Average procedure time: 2 – 3 Hours
- Recovery time: 3 – 5 Days
- Recovery location: Out-patient