Abdominoplasty Before After #01

Before & After Abdominoplasty

Before & After Abdominoplasty

PATIENT DETAILS

This 35-year-old woman developed a protuberant abdomen following the birth of two children. Despite regular exercise, her abdomen continued to be lax. On examination, she was found to have a small umbilical hernia along with a wide separation of her rectus abdominis muscles with an excess of skin. An abdominoplasty was proposed to repair her umbilical hernia, diastasis recti and to remove the excess skin. Abdominoplasty was performed with the following notables:

  • outpatient surgery
  • general anesthesia
  • repair of a small umbilical hernia
  • repair of a wide abdominal rectus diastasis
  • excision of 558g of excess tissue
  • drains were used
  • abdominal binder was worn for 6 weeks following surgery¬†¬†

The photographic follow-up was obtained before and 1 year after surgery.

Note that surgical cases of Dr. Chen Lee are presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. These illustrative cases should not be construed as a guarantee or assurance of the treatment results attainable by prospective patients.

PROCEDURES PERFORMED

Abdominoplasty

  • transverse ellipse of skin excised (558g)
  • umbilical translocation
  • repair of a small umbilical hernia
  • repair of a wide abdominal rectus diastasis

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