Tummy Tuck

Sugar Land Plastic Surgeon serving Houston, Katy and Nearby Areas of Texas

Differences Between Full Tummy Tuck and Mini Tummy Tuck

The Abdominoplasty, or Tummy Tuck, is one of the most popular plastic surgeries in the country. This procedure provides a variety of benefits including addressing loose skin and fat in the abdomen and repositioning stretched out abdominal muscles. Our board-certified plastic surgeon offers the full abdominoplasty and the mini tummy tuck. Learn more about each procedure in the infographic below. 

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Infographic: Who’s Getting Tummy Tucks in the U.S.?

Recently, the American Society of Plastic Surgeon (ASPS) released their comprehensive analysis of the plastic surgery industry for 2017. The report shows that the whole plastic surgery industry made gains in 2017, including tummy tucks (abdominoplasty). But what do the numbers show and who’s having the procedure? Please view our infographic below to see the latest tummy tuck statistics.

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Are You a Candidate for a Tummy Tuck?

tummy tuck candidates houston sugar land texas plastic surgeon Our bodies change in many ways over time. These changes are not always for the better, in fact, most changes as we age are less-than-flattering because the processes that keep our tummies flat and our skin tight begin to slow down. This can be true even for those who regularly diet and exercise. Sometimes small pockets of stubborn fat and loose skin develop no matter our best efforts.

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Slideshare: Tummy Tuck and How it Can Help You

When you have loose skin and stubborn pockets of fat around your midsection you may feel self-conscious about how you look. For some, even diet and exercise may not produce the results you desire. For those who struggle with sagging skin or fat in your abdomen, an abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, may just be the procedure for you. At Luxe Plastic Surgery, our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Malik Kutty has the experience to give you a tighter and slimmer midsection.

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Scar or shape…the decision is yours

Trade-offs are a part of life. We make decisions every day based on weighing alternatives. The decision to have cosmetic surgery is a lot like any of those decisions.

I see patients all the time who want desperately to improve the appearance of some part of their body, but can’t get comfortable with the idea of having a scar. That’s understandable, but I suggest to them to consider the good and bad of each option.

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