Every man and woman dreams of a tight and toned abdominal area. Some may dream to achieve the six-packs abs. Despite strict exercising and dieting, many people still can’t achieve that flat tummy even after several months. This is due to some extreme weight loss, age, pregnancy and heridity.
So, lots of people, including me, have an aesthetic goal to achieve. Tummy tuck surgical procedure makes the goal easier to realize.
There are lots of advantages Tummy tuck in South Africa can give to patients. The following are some of the advantages.
- Repairs the Abdominal Area
- Boosts Self-Confidence
- Improves Physical Appearance
- Gets Rid of Stretch Marks and Scars
Preparations Before Surgery
- Check out some reviews or blogs relating to tummy tuck surgery and see how other people got it through the procedure without some anomalies.
- Seek proper consultation. Ask questions.
- Make your self ready for the surgical procedure.
- A change in diet before the procedure is prohibited.
- Talk to the best plastic surgeon in South Africa about the medication you need to take.
- Quit smoking.
- Get your home ready for fist aid stuffs after surgery like ice packs, handheld shower head, petroleum jelly and loose clothing.
- Always be realistic about the outcome of the procedure.
Precautions After Surgery
- Eat a balanced diet.
- Take plenty of rest to facilitate quick healing.
- Increase your fluid intake and eat more raw foods.
- Medications taken should be approved first by your surgeon.
- Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.
- Avoid lifting heavy objects, as per advise of your surgeon.
- Avoid exercising or giving strain to admoninal muscles for about 6 weeks.
- Follow healthy exercise patters as recommended by your surgeon.
- Resume your normal acitivity in 2 to 4 weeks, as advised by the surgeon.
- Do not expose your scars to the sun.
- The wounds should be kept clean always.
- Antibacteral soaps are recommended to keep the incisions clean.
If you feel uncomfortable about the healing process, contact the best plastic surgeon in South Africa immediately.