A tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, is a surgical procedure that improves abdominal contours by removing excess skin and fat and tightening the muscles. There are many types of abdominoplasty procedures, depending on the patient's needs.
A standard tummy tuck requires an incision from hip to hip.
Belly button surgery, sometimes called umbilicoplasty or belly button lift, is a procedure changes the shape and size of your navel.
Fleur-De-Lis Tummy Tuck
A Fleur-De-Lis Tummy Tuck is a procedure that removes excess skin from the entire mid-section. Rather than the standard tummy tuck that requires an incision from hip to hip, the fleur-de-lis surgery also requires a vertical incision from the horizontal incision to just below the breast.
Liposuction is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that removes excess fat and contours the body. Our medical grade lipo compression garments provide the comfort and support needed for you to achieve the best results from your surgery.
The term mini lift typically refers to a lower face lift, cheek lift, mini neck lift, or a some combination. The specific procedure varies from surgeon to surgeon. It’s often referred to as a “short scar facelift.”
Mini Tummy Tuck
A mini tummy tuck (or mini abdominoplasty) is a surgical procedure that restores a smooth look to the area below the belly button by removing excess tissue. The procedure can replace an unattractive Cesarean section scar with a lower one that’s just slightly longer.
Umbillical Hernia Repair
Umbilical hernia repair (aka herniorrhaphy) is a surgical procedure performed to repair an umbilical hernia, which occurs when internal tissue extrudes through weakened muscles in the abdominal wall, causing a visible bulge near the belly button.
VASER liposuction is a surgical fat-reduction procedure that uses ultrasonic vibration, or “vibration amplification of sound energy at resonance” (VASER), to break up fat and free it from the surrounding tissue before it’s sucked out through a hollow tube, called a cannula.
A hernia is the abnormal exit of tissue or an organ, such as the bowel, through the wall of the cavity in which it normally resides. Hernias come in a number of types. Most commonly they involve the abdomen, specifically the groin.
The period following childbirth.