Cases in Tummy Tuck

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Tummy Tuck

January 29, 2018
by alexandra.lindeman

Tummy Tuck on a female in her late-thirties

Mid-Tummy Tuck

by alexandra.lindeman

Mid-Tummy Tuck on a mid-forty year old woman

Tummy Tuck

November 27, 2017
by alexandra.lindeman

This patient is 6 months post-op tummy tuck. She is 30 years old and had 4 pounds of tissue removed with liposuction of her flanks. She had changes to her abdomen following pregnancy and was not able to get the excess skin and fat to improve with conservative measures such as diet and exercise. The […]

Tummy Tuck

by alexandra.lindeman

She is a 40-year-old mother of 3 and was unable to lose the loose skin and fat with diet and exercise. These photos are 3 months post-op tummy tuck with the drainless technique.

Tummy Tuck with No Drains

November 22, 2017
by alexandra.lindeman

62-year-old lady who is 6 months post-op tummy tuck with NO DRAIN technique with Scarpa sparing technique. She had 3 pounds of tissue removed and liposuction of 500 cc of fat from her flanks.

Tummy Tuck

by alexandra.lindeman

This patient is 2 months post-op from a tummy tuck with no drains. She also had liposuction of her flanks.

Mommy Makeover with 200 CC implant and Tummy Tuck

March 15, 2017
by alexandra.lindeman

Modified Float Tummy tuck Patient is 35 years old with 2 children. She desired a “no scar” tummy tuck and breast augmentation with Silicone 200 cc implant placed thru an Inframmary Fold incision. Post Op photos are 3 months after.

Abdominoplasty; No Drain with Scarpa Sparing, Drainless Tummy Tuck

September 5, 2016
by editor

Drainless Tummy tuck is a technique which employs using the bodies own internal lymphatic drainage system. By maintaining the lymphatic channels in the Scarpa Fascia layer, the body is able to drain post operative fluid without the need for external drains.

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