Main stages of the hourglass tummy tuck
Main stages of the hourglass tummy tuck
The hourglass tummy tuck is a new type of tummy tuck surgery that enhances multiple areas of the body. The procedure not only tightens your abdomen but also delivers the hourglass figure, which is known for wider hips and a smaller waist. Many factors affect the aesthetic features of the abdomen, making it saggy and loose. The saggy belly is undesirable but pregnancy, aging, weight loss, etc. can cause the abdomen to become saggy.
Many women also desire to have wider hips and a smaller waist, besides a firmer and toned abdomen. Wider hips and smaller waist make women look more feminine and aesthetically welcoming. The hourglass tummy tuck can deliver these aesthetic results in a single operation. There are different stages of the hourglass tummy tuck. The main stages of the procedure include tightening of the abdomen, liposuction, and fat transfer to the hips.
Main stages of the hourglass tummy tuck
The hourglass tummy tuck is an effective plastic surgery procedure that not only enhances your abdomen but also delivers you a curvaceous silhouette. The main stages of the procedure are described below:
Stage 1: Tightening of the saggy abdomen
The abdomen is one of the most critical aesthetic areas of the human body. Females are particularly sensitive when it comes to the aesthetics of the abdomen. The abdomen becomes saggy when the underlying muscles weaken and the skin becomes inelastic. The first stage of the hourglass tummy tuck is to make your saggy abdomen firmer and toned.
The plastic surgeon will first make an incision on the abdomen and then access the abdominal wall muscles through the incision. If the muscles have separated or become weak, the plastic surgeon will repair and tighten the muscles by using special surgical techniques. It is one of the most sophisticated steps in the surgery. The surgeon needs to have experience and skills in this area to properly tighten the muscles.
In the next step, the plastic surgeon will remove the excess skin from the abdomen. The amount of skin that will be removed depends on the severity of the sagginess in your abdomen and your aesthetic goals. After removing the excess skin, the surgeon will reposition your belly button higher on your abdomen so that it looks youthful and beautiful. In the last step, the surgeon will re-drape the remaining skin and suture and close the surgical wounds.
The benefit of this stage is that it restores your firmer and youthful abdomen. The results of this step will gradually transpire in the weeks and months following the operation. This step also helps reduce the size of your abdomen.
Stage 2: Liposuction
The next main stage of the hourglass surgery is liposuction of the abdomen, sides, flanks, and upper back. If there are stubborn fat pockets in these localized areas of your body, it will make your body look poorly contoured. The goal of liposuction here is not only to contour these body areas but also to reduce your waist size so that it becomes smaller. Furthermore, liposuction helps gather enough fat for transfer to your hips.
Liposuction involves tiny incisions on the target areas. After making the incision, the surgeon will insert a tiny, hollow tube called a cannula inside the target area through the incision. The doctor will then give the cannula back and forth motion to remove the fat and contour the area. During this process, a tumescent solution will also be injected into the target area. The tumescent solution will restrict the bleeding and help dislodge the fat from the surrounding area.
The plastic surgeon will then use a low-pressure suction pump or a special syringe to remove the fat from the target area. After removing the fat, the doctor will suture and close the incision. The same process will be repeated on all target areas until enough fat has been collected and the areas have been contoured. The benefit of this stage is that it will not only reshape and enhance the fat donor sites but also make your waist smaller.
Stage 3: Fat processing
In the third stage of the surgery, the surgeon will process and purify the fat. This step is accomplished in a centrifuge. The surgeon will put the fat in a centrifuge and then spin it at high speed. As a result, the impurities, dead and damaged fat cells, and fluids and blood will separate. The plastic surgeon will then pick only the living and healthy fat cells for transfer to the hips.
Purification of the fat is critical to the achievement of sustainable results. If the fat collection is not appropriately purified, the dead or damaged fat cells may be injected in your hips, which means the results will not survive or will not even transpire. It is vital to properly purify the fat so that the desired results can be achieved and stay with you in the long run.
Stage 4: Fat transfer to the hips
In the last stage of the procedure, the fat purified in Stage 3 is transferred to the hips with the goal to make your hips wider. The plastic surgeon will carefully inject the fat cells in specific areas of your hips. A special needle will be used to inject the fat cells in the hips. This stage of the hourglass tummy tuck is crucial and calls for attention to detail. It involves meticulous work and calls for high-level artistry to sculpt the hips.
The plastic surgeon must have a complete understanding of the hourglass body and have the artistry and surgical skills to carve your hips into the hourglass shape. The goal of this stage is to make the hips wider, which is the most crucial element of the hourglass figure. Wider hips make you look more feminine, fertile, sexy, and attractive.
The doctor will carefully inject each fat cell in the hips. This stage does not involve incisions, which means there will be no scars on the hips after the surgery. However, injecting the fat in the hips will create post-operative swelling that will gradually disappear over the next few weeks and months.
Results and aftercare
The results of the hourglass tummy tuck will not immediately transpire. After the procedure, your tummy, the fat donor sites, and the hips will be swollen. You will also experience pain and discomforts for some days after the surgery. Oral pain medications will help you cope with this side effect. The post-operative swelling is a typical side effect of the operation and indicates that your body is working to recuperate you from the surgical trauma.
The results will not appear unless the swelling has disappeared. Also, you will be required to wear compression garments for many weeks following the operation. The compression garments are made to help reduce the swelling, heal the incisions, and hold your newly contoured body areas in place. The primary recovery period comprises the first two weeks after the surgery. During this time, you must be very careful and avoid physical movements. Instead, you should take enough rest so that your body can heal and the desired results can be achieved. Do not sleep on your back and front for two weeks after the surgery because it can affect the surgical wounds and the fat cells in your hips. Instead, sleep on your side for two weeks and avoid sitting during this period.
Complete recovery after the surgery can take six weeks. During the first six weeks, do not engage in physically strenuous activities. You may resume sitting and sleeping on your back and front, but be careful so that wound dehiscence does not happen. As time passes and the swelling decreases, you will notice that the results are emerging. Your body will vascularize the fat cells, after which the outcomes will become noticeable. The final results will appear months after the surgery. When they do emerge, you will notice the following improvements in your body:
– Your waist will become smaller, toned, and youthful
– Your abdomen will become firmer, toned, and smooth
– Your hips will become wider, which will make you look more feminine and fertile
To make these improvements sustainable, you must avoid massive weight gain or weight loss, pregnancy, and poor lifestyle after the surgery because these factors tend to reverse the results achieved with the hourglass tummy tuck.
Developed by renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Wilberto Cortes, the hourglass tummy tuck is a modern and effective plastic surgery procedure that can treat your saggy abdomen and deliver the hourglass body. The procedure involves three major stages that have been described in this article. The hourglass tummy tuck is an invasive procedure that should be carefully performed. It calls for the use of sophisticated techniques and surgical protocols. You must choose your plastic surgeon exceptionally carefully to perform the hourglass tummy tuck. Selecting a surgeon who is inexperienced in the surgery can not only lead to aesthetic complications but also leave you in health problems.
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