Before and After Tummy Tuck Photos

A tummy tuck procedure, or abdominoplasty, can tighten loose skin and muscles in the midsection to help create a sculpted abdominal profile. Elizabeth A. Kinsley, MD, specializes in this transformative surgery for clients who want to achieve a more youthful appearance, especially after having a baby or losing a significant amount of weight. These before-and-after photos can help you imagine your potential results.

*Disclaimer: Please note that outcomes from plastic surgery procedures may vary from patient to patient. Before-and-after images are specific to that particular patient and may not represent the experience of others.

Tummy Tuck Preparation

You may be a candidate for a tummy tuck if you are in good general health and have reached a healthy weight, but have loose or sagging tissue around the abdomen. If you want to have this procedure, you should wait until you are done having children. If you smoke, you must quit before having a tummy tuck.

What to Know About Tummy Tucks

The tummy tuck procedure is done under general anesthesia and takes about two to three hours, but the length often varies for each patient. You will need help at home in the first few days after surgery and must be cautious during normal activities for about six weeks. Many clients decide to combine a tummy tuck with liposuction to help meet their aesthetic goals.

With our 3D consultations, you can upload an image and visualize your projected results using virtual reality. Call (985) 893-3737 to book an appointment with Elizabeth A. Kinsley, MD, to determine whether a tummy tuck is right for you.

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Disclaimer: Please note that outcomes from plastic surgery procedures may vary.
DISCLAIMER: PLEASE NOTE THAT OUTCOMES FROM PLASTIC SURGERY PROCEDURES MAY VARY. EXPERIENCES SHARED IN THE TESTIMONIALS ARE SPECIFIC TO THAT PARTICULAR PATIENT AND MAY NOT BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS.

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