Many men are now asking us about male tummy tuck. The fact is between the ages of 30 and 40, men’s bodies naturally begin to store excess fat in the abdominal region. Men often find this fat extremely difficult to lose and, even when successful, may find themselves left with excess, hanging skin in their midsection. A tummy tuck can solve this problem.
Male tummy tuck can rid your body of unwanted skin and fat, tighten the muscles in the abdominal area, and give you a slimmer, more toned appearance. Our Plastic surgeons, Dr Okoro & Dr. Park offer the full range of tummy tuck procedures, from full abdominoplasty to the mini-tummy tuck.
Many of our male patients benefit from mini-Lipoabdominoplasty. Lipoabdominoplasty is an advanced tummy tuck technique that safely combines extensive liposuction with tummy tuck procedures in a way that achieves results far superior than those achievable by either procedure alone. It offers a greatly improved abdominal appearance due to the aggressive liposuction and a shorter, less noticeable scar for many patients. There is less chance of “dog ear”. In Atlanta, this is called the ATL TUCK. Lipoabdominoplasty is often combined with liposuction of hips and back. This combination provides an ideal cosmetic surgery solution after weight loss, pregnancy, or aging. It allows us to place the scar as low as possible.
However, your best plastic surgeon for tummy tuck has the experience, training, and results that relates to you. Do your research and find a real Plastic Surgeon and book a paid consultation. Free consults are just a sales pitch and does not work in your best interest.
Below are other criteria to use when selecting a Plastic surgeon.
Questions to ask (Answering NO is a big red flag)
1) Are you a plastic surgeon? (Do you know difference between cosmetic surgeon & plastic surgeon)
2) Are you board certified in Plastic Surgery?
3) Will the procedure be performed at a fully accredited procedure room or ambulatory surgery center
4) Do you have hospital privilege to perform liposuction and tummy tuck? Which Hospital?
5) Do you offer complication insurance (it does happen, it better to be safe)
The most important decision is to do your homework well. For more information about other plastic surgery option for men, visit our Plastic Surgery for men page.
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