Dr. Dean Kane Q & A.Q. I had a baby 40 days back i am back to my normal weight before pregnancy and considering a vaser lipo . Do I need to wait for 6 months since I didn’t gain any wait I am just wanna get rid of the excess weight in my lower abdominal since I had c section. A. Known by many as a “Mommy Make-over”, the decision making involves a variety of different procedures alone or in combination for women following childbirth. The breast and the tummy lose tone and while the volume of the breast diminishes and sags, the tummy muscles and are stretched and loosened. Below is a fairly detailed list of the procedures based on your needs or desires. These options are dependent on your skin laxity and the areas of liposuction contouring you wish or need. We can consider:
- a traditional tummy tuck where the ab muscles are tightened, the sides are liposuction contoured, the excess skin is removed, the mons lifted and a new belly button is created.
- a mini-tummy tuck where the skin below the belly button is removed and mons lifted.
- a panniculectomy / lipo-sculpting where the large lower roll of tummy skin is removed and the upper tummy and sides and / or back are reduced with liposuction. A similar technique is used for the upper arms called brachioplasty or thighs called thigh-plasty.
- a body lift used with patients who have super-skin excess and the tummy, sides and back skin are lifted with or without muscle tightening.
- liposuction of the circumfirential trunk for body contouring.
- liposuction of partial areas such as the front abdomen with and without muscle etching, love handles, inner and outer thighs, arms, neck; any of which use traditional, syringe and ultrasonic liposculpting.
- Please consider the newest non-surgical, non-invasive technique to reduce body fat bulges and rolls!