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You had your last baby and now you're ready to start working on your figure. If you're like most women, you dream of getting your body back to what it was before you were pregnant. Could a tummy tuck help you achieve this goal? For many women, a tummy tuck is the solution for a saggy belly, but there are some downsides to the procedure that you'll want to keep in mind, too.
Pros of Getting a Tummy Tuck
If you try to achieve the belly you desire through diet and exercise alone, it may take you a year or more — and you might never fully get there. With a tummy tuck, the results are instant. You go in for the procedure and you walk out the same day with a flat tummy. (Of course, there are a few weeks of healing in there before you look your best, but this is still less time than it takes to work off a saggy belly in the weight room.)
The results are customize-able.
You don't have that much control of the final result if you aim to lose belly fat and saggy skin via exercise alone. There are a number of non-invasive procedures that use lasers and cold to reduce belly fat, but the results are similarly unpredictable. With a tummy tuck, you and your surgeon can discuss the exact results you want and they can shape your belly to your specifications.
You can get rid of stretch marks.
Although there are a number of creams and gels out there that claim to do so, getting rid of stretch marks is really hard. With a tummy tuck, your surgeon can remove the skin that is overly covered in stretch marks, so you can completely kiss them goodbye.
Cons of Getting a Tummy Tuck
There is a scar.
Your surgeon will aim to place the incision low enough that it is covered by underwear and most bikinis, but there will still be a scar.
There is recovery time involved.
You will probably need to take at least a week off from work. Although the pain can typically be managed with pain relievers and rest, there is still some discomfort involved that you won't have to deal with if you rely on diet and exercise alone or a less-invasive procedure.
Is a tummy tuck right for you? Discuss these pros and cons with a plastic surgeon in your area for greater insight.
For more information, contact a company like Eko Plastic Surgery.Share
5 November 2019