ABDOMINOPLASTY 
 
The operation aims to reduce the bulging of the lower abdomen which is  
caused by excess skin and fat, and may be  
made worse by a weakness of the abdominal musculature. 
 
Additional fat can be removed using liposuction. 
 
Smokers have a much higher risk of developing complications.  
It is therefore advised that they should refrain from smoking for at least 6 weeks  
prior to, and for two weeks following surgery 
Some work we've done for a previous client 
Before 
After 
Before 
After 
Types of Abdominal Contouring Abdominoplasty:  
 
Abdominal liposuction: In This Procedure a large eclipse of skin and fat from  
the lower abdomen is excised leaving a long scar within  
A very straightforward procedure which leaves few if any scars, the bikini line. Not infrequently liposuction is undertaken to 
is relatively risk free and from which recovery is fast. remove fat excess and a repair of muscle laxity is performed. 
 
Mini abdominoplasty: Apronectomy/massive abdominoplasty: 
This operation is usually reserved for patients who have a  
When there is a small excess of skin in the lower abdomen abdominal overhang usually resulting from excessive weight changes. 
(this may be associated with a scar from a Caesarean section) This operation aims to remove the overhang of skin and fat and leaves  
then a mini abdominoplasty may be appropriate. a long scar which may extend around the lower half of the body in the  
bikini line. 
ABDOMINOPLASTY 
 
 
The operation aims to reduce the bulging of the lower abdomen which is caused by excess skin and fat, and may be made worse by a weakness of the abdominal musculature. 
 
Additional fat can be removed using liposuction. 
 
Smokers have a much higher risk of developing complications. It is therefore advised that they should refrain from smoking for at least 6 weeks prior to, and for two weeks following surgery 
 
Types of Abdominal Contouring 
 
Abdominal liposuction: 
 
A very straightforward procedure which leaves few if any scars, is relatively risk free and from which recovery is fast. 
 
Mini abdominoplasty: 
 
When there is a small excess of skin in the lower abdomen (this may be associated with a scar from a Caesarean section) then a mini abdominoplasty may be appropriate. 
 
Abdominoplasty: 
 
In this procedure a large ellipse of skin and fat from the lower abdomen is excised leaving a long scar within the bikini line. Not infrequently liposuction is undertaken to remove fat excess and a repair of muscle laxity is performed. 
 
Apronectomy/massive abdominoplasty: 
 
This operation is usually reserved for patients who have a massive abdominal overhang usually resulting from excessive weight changes. 
This operation aims to remove the overhang of skin and fat and leaves a long scar which may extend around the lower half of the body in the bikini line.