Back to Top

Tummy tuck


More and more men and women are affected by excess belly fat or an abdominal apron. In men, this typically occurs after heavy weight loss. With a plastic-surgical tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, I aim to create a beautiful, flat abdominal profile.
Excess belly fat and unattractive strips of skin are removed with an abdominoplasty.

Examples of application of an abdominoplasty

After massive weight loss, a heavy mentally and physically burdening hanging belly from the prior excess weight is often left behind. Women’s abdominal muscles often change after childbirth. An unsightly side profile then develops. After a tummy tuck, you will have no more problems in choosing trousers which fit, because the annoying abdominal apron is removed. You will have a beautiful, slim abdominal profile.

Abdominoplasty procedure

According to the international standard reference for plastic surgery, “Selected Readings in Plastic Surgery”, you can classify the appearances of abdominal deformities into four groups. However, this classification is only a rough guide. For individual problems, I develop the best treatment plan for you. Through minimally invasive technology and minimal risks, I will achieve the most attractive result for you.

  1. Minimal loss of elasticity with minimal abdominal muscle weakness. Treatment: Modified abdominoplasty and liposuction.
  2. Mild loss of elasticity with prior muscle weakness, especially in the lower abdomen. Treatment: Mini abdominoplasty and liposuction.
  3. Moderate loss of elasticity with lower and upper abdominal muscle weakness. Treatment: Modified abdominoplasty with modified muscle access for the correction of rectus diastasis between abdominal muscles.
  4. Pronounced loss of elasticity with significant abdominal muscle weakness. Treatment: Abdominoplasty plus/minus liposuction of the sides.