With beach season just around corner, nearly everyone wants to look their best in public. Especially for women who want to flaunt their beach bodies, buy cannot due to a big tummy.Â Unfortunately, not everyone is gifted with good curves and a flat abdomen area. There are several reasons contributing to a large belly including poor diet leading to excess fats,pregnancy, aging, weight changes or injuries to name a few.Â If you want to get rid of belly fat in a short holiday to Phuket then you need to consider having a tummy tuck. Tummy Tucks and beltÂ Belt Lipectomy are the fastest growing cosmetic surgeries in Phuket and also, one of the most efficient surgical means to remove excess fat and skin in and around your belly area.
Ideal Candidates for Tummy Tucks in Phuket
Tummy tucks in Phuket are also known as theÂ Belt Lipectomy or mini-abdominoplasty (mini-tucks). Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure designed specifically for men and women who want to revitalize their body shape. Liposuctions and tummy tucks also aims to improve the contours of your body especially around the abdomen area.Â Abdominoplasty in Phuket is a recommended alternative surgery for healthy men or women who have not been able to remove stubborn fat through exercise or diet. Apart from just getting rid of belly fat and loose skin, abdominoplasty is also useful for women post-pregnancy. After birthing many women experienced stretch marks on the abdominal muscles. This is an unsightly condition that cannot be treated with topical medicines,gels or creams.
Abdominoplasty Options in Phuket
Abdominoplasty is considered a major surgery therefore our doctors in Phuket will need to to evaluate your current physical conditions to ensure you are a good candidate. We typically only recommend having abdominoplasty surgery if no other options for treatment of gynecomastia, Liposuction or non-surgical skin tightening options such as Ultherapy or Thermage exists.
There are three important components of your body that our doctors need to take in consideration before offering surgery as an option: