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How to Plan Ahead for an Easier Tummy Tuck Recovery

Tummy Tuck

Once you’ve determined your choice of a surgeon and technique for abdominoplasty, the next thing on your mind should be in planning for your recovery period. As with many things in life, good things come to those who wait.

Taking Your Time and Taking It Easy

After your procedure, you may be tempted to jump into a situation where you can show off your fantastic new figure or get right back on your feet and back to work. It’s important to remember that tummy tucks are one of the more involved plastic surgery procedures and require rest and time to heal. Before you schedule your abdominoplasty procedure, make sure that you have plenty of time for your opens in a new windowrecovery after a tummy tuck procedure. You don’t want to be forced to push yourself when you really shouldn’t be.

Benefits of Combined Procedures

Some procedures require more substantial or extended recovery periods than others. One particular opens in a new windowcombined procedure in abdominoplasty pairs the benefits of liposuction and a tummy tuck while also making for an easier recovery period. The C.L.A.S.S.® (Combined Lipo-Abdominoplasty Sculpting & Shaping) tummy tuck combines liposuction and abdominoplasty to access the entirety of your torso, addressing lower and upper abs, flanks and problem areas of fat accumulation.

The procedure creates more smooth and natural curves than either lipo or a tummy tuck can in isolation. The C.L.A.S.S.® method is also drain-free, meaning that it removes the necessity for a physical abdominal drain produced by traditional tummy tucks, making for a safer and easier recovery, as you don’t have to worry about regularly emptying your drain or the risk of fluid accumulation and seroma.

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