Abdominoplasty to Fit Your Personal Vision of Renewal

For many adults, dealing with loose skin, weakened abdominal muscles, and stubborn fat around the midsection can be a persistent challenge. Setty Plastics & Aesthetics understands the frustrations associated with achieving a slimmer and tighter tummy, offering personalized tummy tuck procedures in Dallas & McKinney tailored to address individual needs so you achieve the results you are looking for.

Choose Setty Plastics & Aesthetics for Your Tummy Tuck

Setty Plastics & Aesthetics is one of the longest-running plastic surgery practices in Dallas, the first practice in McKinney, and has continued to stand out for our excellence in patient care and beautiful results year after year. Dr. Naveen Setty is a board-certified plastic surgeon with a wealth of experience in performing tummy tucks. Known for his commitment to patient care and safety, Dr. Setty leads a team dedicated to utilizing state-of-the-art techniques and the most advanced methodologies in plastic surgery. Their approach ensures not only the highest standards of safety but also exceptional and natural-looking results. Combined with their warm and approachable demeanor, this practice stands out for its dedication to patient well-being, providing a comforting environment for those seeking a tummy tuck.

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Ideal Candidates for a Tummy Tuck

Both men and women can benefit from a tummy tuck in Dallas & McKinney with Dr. Setty if they have excess skin and fat in the abdomen. The surgery is best for those at a stable weight, as it's not a weight loss solution. Liposuction may be an alternative if the skin has good elasticity, but there are still pockets of fat. This treatment is best for non-smokers in good health generally. 

What are my Tummy Tuck Options?

An abdominoplasty improves the appearance of the abdomen by removing excess skin and fat and repairing weakened or separated abdominal muscles. Body contouring is done under general anesthesia and Dr. Setty provides various tummy tuck techniques, each tailored to different patient needs. These techniques include:

Full Tummy Tuck

This procedure involves an incision made from hip to hip, allowing the removal of excess skin and fat, repairing the abdominal muscle structure and removing fat through liposuction of the abdominal area for comprehensive improvement in the midsection.

Extended Tummy Tuck

This method is suitable for individuals needing more extensive improvement with both excess skin and muscle structure and also includes liposuction of the flanks (love handles).

Mini Tummy Tuck

For patients who don’t require muscle repair, this technique focuses on improving the lower abdomen, involving a smaller incision and addressing loose skin.  

Muscle repair can sometimes be performed as well.

Liposuction may or may not be needed.

Reverse Tummy Tuck

This procedure is for patients whose main concern is loose skin in the upper abdomen area (under the breasts).  Typically, no muscle repair is required.  Liposuction can often be combined with this procedure.  This procedure is often beneficial in patients who already had a mini tummy tuck or liposuction procedures that didn’t address upper abdominal skin.  This procedure can also be part of an upper body lift that is performed for patients after massive weight loss.

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Abdominoplasty Recovery

After surgery, patients wear a compression garment to reduce swelling. Pain management medications are provided, and walking might be challenging initially. Normal activities can be resumed within two weeks, while workouts can usually begin in 6 to 8 weeks. Even with a surgical incision placed in an area that will be hidden with clothing, you will have some scarring that will fade with time. We also encourage the use of a scar therapy medication (such as silicone scar gel) that helps decrease the visibility of the scars.

Tummy Tuck FAQ

How is pain controlled after a tummy tuck?

How long do I need to take off work after a tummy tuck?

How is pain controlled after a tummy tuck?

Dr. Setty attempts to minimize the need for narcotics as much as possible. However, any pain after surgery is managed with specific medications, local anesthetics, and muscle relaxers to alleviate discomfort. Dr. Setty does inject a long-acting local anesthetic called Exparel® during surgery to help manage pain for 48-72 hours after surgery. New techniques, including Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy, are also a promising tool to help with pain control for the first 7-10 days.

How long do I need to take off work after a tummy tuck?

Patients typically need at least 2 weeks off work, with the possibility of a return to some tasks within 7 to 10 days, depending on the job type.

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Consult with Dr. Setty about Attaining a Tighter Tummy

Dr. Setty's expertise in abdominoplasty in Dallas & McKinney at Setty Plastics & Aesthetics offers individuals the opportunity to address loose skin, regardless of severity. If you're seeking to transform your abdominal area, contact our offices to learn more about abdominoplasty and schedule your initial consultation.

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