Abdominoplasty Procedure: Minimum Risk Version

Today, plastic surgery procedures have become much efficient and less risky compared to what they used to be 15-20 years ago. The advent of technological and medical innovations has made it possible, as well as the general continuing upgrade in the skills and training of plastic surgeons.

However, as long as man himself (who ultimately undertakes surgeries) has not attained perfection yet, there will still be some form of potential surgery risks. This is the similar case with tummy tuck surgery or abdominoplasty.

Abdominoplasty Procedure is designed to sculpt abdomen in order to provide it with a thinner and smaller appearance. It intends to remove loose skin, fatty tissue, and stretch marks found in the tummy area. Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Saunders performs tummy tuck under three underlying surgical goals: (a) skin and fat removal; (b) muscle tightening; and (c) lipo-sculpting. His abdominoplasty performance is known to achieve a tighter and flatter stomach.

Dr. Saunders is straightforward in dealing with each patient’s tummy contour case. His professional preference is to provide customized surgery plan so that aesthetic needs and cosmetic aspirations are attained. He will suit the procedural technique based on your particular physical condition.

Nevertheless, the Delaware Plastic Surgeon will discuss to each patient the remaining risks and possible abdominoplasty discomfort. To this end, Dr. Saunders sincerely suggests to patients to adhere to his postoperative instructions and post-op care to significantly minimize risks.

If interested with this procedure, schedule now a personal consult with Dr. Saunders. You may do so by contacting our office at (302) 652-3331 or via this Online Contact Form.