Tummy Tuck in Newburgh and Hudson Valley, NY
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Tummy Tuck in Newburgh and Hudson Valley, NY

Are you struggling with stubborn belly fat and sagging skin that is unresponsive to diet and exercise? Opt for a Tummy Tuck with Dr. Samuel Beran in Newburgh, NY. Through tailored incisions and sutures, you can achieve a firmer, smoother abdominal contour regardless of your ideal weight.

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What is a tummy tuck?

The tummy tuck is a cosmetic procedure designed to enhance the abdominal skin area’s appearance. It involves removing excess skin, stubborn fat deposits, and skin flaps, typically suitable for stable-weight individuals close to their ideal body weight.

During a consultation, a plastic surgeon assesses your abdominal tissue to decide between partial or complete abdominoplasty. The surgery, under general anesthesia, removes excess skin and fat, tightens muscles, and possibly eliminates excess fluid. Recovery varies for these outpatient procedures, usually taking weeks before returning to regular activities. Improved abdominal contours often restore confidence post-recovery.

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Ideal Candidates for a Tummy Tuck Procedure

Ideal candidates for a tummy tuck procedure are those who are looking to achieve aesthetic goals for their abdominal region, such as flattening the abdomen and removal of excess skin. Typically, these patients have undergone significant weight loss or pregnancy that has caused laxity in the abdominal wall muscles and loose, sagging skin. A physical examination will help determine if a patient is an ideal candidate for a tummy tuck or other body lift procedure such as an abdominoplasty surgery.

Tummy Tuck Types

Classic/Full Tummy Tuck

One main distinction in tummy tuck procedures involves the classic or full approach, determined by your goals and abdominal condition. This method targets skin and muscle tightening both above and below the navel. The treatment region extends from just below the rib cage to the pubic bone.

Mini Tummy Tuck

Alternatively, a mini tummy tuck offers a different option. This procedure concentrates solely on the area below the belly button. While the mini tummy tuck features a smaller incision and quicker recovery time, its outcomes are generally less striking compared to the full tummy tuck. Your choice between these two types hinges on your desired results and abdominal condition.

Ideal candidates for a tummy tuck procedure are those who are looking to achieve aesthetic goals for their abdominal region
Ideal candidates for a tummy tuck procedure are those who are looking to achieve aesthetic goals for their abdominal region

Preparing for Your Tummy Tuck Surgery

Preparing for your tummy tuck surgery is crucial for a successful outcome. Begin with a thorough consultation with your surgeon to discuss your goals and review your medical history, ensuring your procedure is tailored to your needs. Undergo a comprehensive medical evaluation, including necessary tests and assessments, to confirm your fitness for surgery. It’s essential to quit smoking at least 4-6 weeks before the procedure to enhance healing and reduce complications. Additionally, review and adjust your medications as advised by your surgeon, particularly avoiding blood thinners and certain supplements that can increase bleeding risks. This careful preparation will set the stage for a smoother surgical experience and recovery.

Patient Results

* All patients are unique and individual results may vary.


Risks and possible complications

Tummy tucks are major surgeries with risks to discuss with a board-certified plastic surgeon. Pre-surgery, a healthy diet and exercise help reduce risk. Surgery involves removing excess tissue, fat, and skin from the abdomen. Skin grafts might be needed for healing. As body mass decreases, due to age or lifestyle, excess skin might require Botox or laser treatments.

It is also important to have realistic expectations about what can be achieved from surgery before undergoing any treatment plan. During a personal consultation with your plastic surgeon, they will discuss common concerns that arise during recovery and provide detailed instructions for aftercare, including medication use and lifestyle modifications such as avoiding strenuous activities or heavy lifting for an extended period of time following surgery. To reduce risk and maximize results, it is important to follow your doctor’s instructions carefully while choosing an experienced surgeon who performs these procedures in an accredited surgical facility.

After a Tummy Tuck Procedure

Tummy tucks are surgical procedures, so you can expect to need some time to recover afterward. Usually, you’ll need to take about two weeks off from work, although some people need a full month off from work, depending on the type of surgery they have and the type of work they do. You might notice that it is difficult to stand or sit fully upright during the first few days after your surgery. It’s important to rest up during that time and not try to overextend yourself. If you have any discomfort, your surgeon can prescribe pain relievers to help you manage. It’s also a good idea to wear a compression garment during your recovery to help the tissue in the area settle into place.

FAQs about Tummy tuck surgery

Why Have a Tummy Tuck?

There are a few reasons people seek out tummy tuck surgery. Most do want to get a flatter stomach area, but some also want to conceal scars in the abdominal area or cover up stretch marks. During a tummy tuck, a surgeon removes excess, loose skin from the area and tightens abdominal muscles. If there are fatty deposits, the surgeon will remove those during the surgery as well. Some people combine a tummy tuck with liposuction if they’re particularly concerned about fat in the abdominal area. Often, women decide to have an abdominoplasty after they have had children.

Who Shouldn’t undergo this procedure?

Tummy tucks aren’t for everyone. If you’re a mom who plans on getting pregnant again, it’s a good idea to wait until after your last pregnancy to schedule a tummy tuck. Any changes created by the surgery might be undone by an additional pregnancy. Your overall health also determines whether or not a tummy tuck is a good option for you. Usually, the best candidates are in good health and don’t have any uncontrolled chronic conditions. It’s also important to remember that a tummy tuck isn’t a weight loss procedure. You should be near or at your goal weight before undergoing surgery. There are also nonsurgical options for a tummy tuck in case you have tattoos you want to preserve but be aware of their limitations.

How Long Does the Procedure Take?

A standard tummy tuck procedure usually lasts between 2 to 5 hours, depending on the extent of the surgery. Mini tummy tucks may take less time, while extensive ones could take longer.

How Long Does a Tummy Tuck Last?

The results of a tummy tuck are long-lasting, especially when coupled with a balanced diet and regular exercise. While the procedure won’t prevent future weight gain or aging, maintaining a stable weight can help preserve the results for many years.

What is the Tummy Tuck Cost?

The cost of a tummy tuck can vary based on several factors such as the surgeon’s experience, the extent of the procedure, and any additional treatments that may be performed concurrently. Dr. Beran will discuss the costs and financing options with you at the time of your consultation.

Will there be noticeable scarring after a tummy tuck?

A scar will typically be located along the lower abdomen after surgery. Its visibility varies, and it can be concealed under clothing. Over time, the scar’s appearance usually diminishes.

Can a tummy tuck remove stretch marks?

A tummy tuck can remove stretch marks on the excised skin, generally those below the belly button. However, it’s not a specific treatment for stretch marks and won’t affect those outside the treated area.

How should I prepare for a tummy tuck surgery?

Preparation involves a medical evaluation, medication adjustments, smoking cessation, and arranging support during recovery. Your surgeon will provide a detailed preparation plan tailored to your needs.

How do I choose the right surgeon for my tummy tuck?

Select a board-certified plastic surgeon with extensive experience in abdominoplasty. Ensure they understand your goals and can demonstrate their expertise through before-and-after photos of previous surgeries.

What Tummy Tuck Newburgh office is near me?

If you live in New York, Laser & Cosmetic Surgery Specialists offers Tummy Tucks among its services. For a full list of services, please visit our Locations page.

Last modified by Dr. Ran Y. Rubinstein.