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Tummy Tuck San Antonio

The tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, is a major surgical procedure to remove excess skin and fat from the middle and lower abdomen and to tighten the muscles of the abdominal wall. When performed correctly, this procedure can dramatically reduce the appearance of a protruding abdomen. It is important to remember however, this procedure does produce a permanent scar, which, depending on the extent of the original problem and the surgery required to correct it, can extend from hip to hip. If you’re looking for tummy tuck San Antonio experts, look no further than the team at The Schaner Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center – San Antonio’s premier center for cosmetic and reconstructive surgeries.

San Antonio Tummy Tuck

The best candidates for a tummy tuck San Antonio procedure are men or women who are in relatively good shape but are bothered by a large fat deposit or loose abdominal skin that won’t respond to diet or exercise. In addition, this surgery is particularly helpful to women who, through multiple pregnancies, have stretched their abdominal muscles and skin beyond the point where they can return to normal. For those who have loss of skin elasticity – particularly in older patients – this procedure can also help improve tightness in this area. All surgery carries some uncertainty and risk. Be sure to schedule a consultation with Dr. Schaner at your convenience to discuss your desired outcome and the risks associated with this surgery. Not every San Antonio plastic surgeons are the same. Connect with The Scahner Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center today to learn more about their experience, knowledge and expertise.

For more information about tummy tuck San Antonio procedures, please do not hesitate to connect with the office at The Schaner Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Center today. They look forward to hearing from you soon and to helping you become a better you!

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