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I Want a Tummy Tuck!

Tummy tucks, which is a popular expression for cosmetic surgery upon the abdominal area, involving removal of excessive skin and fat from it, has become an everyday, normal, procedure. Even though, in the past, this operation was once considered unnatural and unhealthy. Today women and men, regardless of their age, opt for tummy tucks in order to get rid of their problematic bellies. However, there are certain aspects of the tummy tuck procedure which need to be taken into consideration.

Facts about Tummy Tuck Procedure

First and foremost, you need to be realistic about this procedure. If you are a couch potato, do not expect that your recovery will result in permanently beautiful and slim looks. On the contrary, there are various predispositions influencing your successful maintaining of the effects after the procedure. You need to be physically active and emotionally healthy. Furthermore, you should stay away from cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption. The absence of exercise and adequate healthy motivation, combined with smoking and an unhealthy lifestyle, will prolong your recovery period and later, cause all your weight problems to return.

Of course, you need to eat healthy as well. Thus, junk food and processed food are all out of the question. Rather, you need a steady intake of veggies, fruits and low-fat meat.

What To Expect from a Tummy Tuck?

Know that it will be expensive. Although prices may vary from one surgeon to another, having a tummy tuck performed in a developing country will cost you a lot less than having the same procedure performed in the US, UK or similar countries. Nevertheless, it will prove to be costly either way. Before the surgery, your doctor will check your health and see if you are capable of enduring the procedure. Also, your doctor should informed you of all the possible consequences and lifestyle changes you will need to make after the surgery.

Once the surgery is done, you might remain under your doctors observation for a period between 2 days and 2 weeks. Then, once you get home, you will have to follow the recovery instructions and recommended lifestyle changes for continued success.

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