Tummy tuck without 
drainage In Berlin

Our approach to abdominoplasty differs from the standard techniques. The addition of the Progressive Tension Suture technique allows for safe healing, prevents fluid retention without the use of drains. In addition, it allows a faster return to upright posture and normal activities. Tummy tucks (or tummy tucks) are a surgical procedure that targets not only the removal of fat but also the elimination of skin excesses and the repair of muscle separation, often associated with pregnancy or weight loss.

Patients are being evaluated and there are a variety of procedures to meet individual needs. The procedure should be individualized for the patient. For example, an excess of the skin and / or a muscle separation, bounded below the navel, may be met with a limited or minimal tuck. If the skin and muscle problems involve the entire front of the abdomen, complete abdominoplasty is required. Liposuction is often done simultaneously to further improve the end result.

Unfortunately, all surgical procedures have potential risks. The most common complication of abdominoplasty is persistent fluid accumulation called seromas. This happens because a large space is left behind by the procedure in a very moving part of the body. If you move your stomach while sitting, running, or even breathing, these tissues that are trying to heal can be disturbed, which promotes the formation of serums. In an attempt to prevent this complication, most surgeons use drains, called drains, to remove the produced fluid. Typically, 2-3 drains are placed in the surgical site and maintained until minimal fluid delivery is evident. This can take from one to four weeks. And even with the proper use of drainage, seroma formation has a herniation rate of 20% or more. We have developed a "No Drain Abdominoplasty", which involves a simple suture technique to secure the abdominal tissues so that they can heal without interruption. This unique method speeds up and facilitates patient recovery while reducing seromas and other potential risks.

OUR METHOD FOR ABDOMINOPLASTY (EASIER RECOVERY, LESS RISK)

During the first consultation, an individualized evaluation and treatment plan for the specific needs of the patient will be performed by the surgeon. During this visit, the surgeon will explain the technique, the expected convalescence and the expected results. The surgical technique we use is the progressive-tension suture technique; it allows the removal of subcutaneous pockets where the fluid can collect. No drainage is required, which minimizes postoperative care. This procedure allows patients to be straightforward, work physically and exercise at an early stage. It's an improvement over traditional methods,

Complications are drastically reduced through the use of Progressive Tension Sutures (PTS). (developed by Dr. Polock)

TUMMY TUCK PROCEDURE

Modified abdominoplasty (abdominoplasty): The liposuction can be used both in the upper and in the lower abdomen. The operation then consists of making a relatively short transverse incision that lifts the skin and fat of the lower abdomen (called a flap) and repairs the muscle separation or diastase rectus. The incision is then closed after removing the excess skin. This procedure is usually performed on an outpatient basis. The belly button is either placed in the new position or restored with a new navel technique. The full abdominoplasty (abdominoplasty) presented above is similar but more extensive, as it involves an increase in the skin flap over the entire abdomen and repair of muscle separation.

IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUES THAT WE USE IN OUR PRACTICE FOR TUMMY TUCKS:

Power-assisted liposuction (PAL) is a relatively new addition to traditional liposuction. It is a device that reciprocates the cannula at a very high speed. This vibratory action cuts through the fatty tissue and facilitates fat removal. The device is particularly suitable for fibrous areas, can be done by small cuts and brings no increase in risk or cost. PAL is superior to ultrasound-assisted liposuction (UAL) in use among plastic surgeons, with safety concerns and costs the most important considerations. We use only PAL in our practice. Tumescent liposuction or super wet fluid infiltration refers to the injection of the area to be aspirated with saline solution (brine solution), Local anesthetic and epinephrine. This solution pumps up the tissues, making fat removal easier, constricting the blood vessels, reducing bleeding and blocking the nerves. This guarantees a painless surgery. The super-wet technique uses less volume of fluid than the tumescent technique. Complications such as excess scarring, healing delay and fluid retention are usually prevented by this technique. As with any surgery, we have seen complications after abdominoplasty (tummy tuck); However, they were unusual and usually small. The super-wet technique uses less volume of fluid than the tumescent technique. Complications such as excess scarring, healing delay and fluid retention are usually prevented by this technique. As with any surgery, we have seen complications after abdominoplasty (tummy tuck); However, they were unusual and usually small. The super-wet technique uses less volume of fluid than the tumescent technique. Complications such as excess scarring, healing delay and fluid retention are usually prevented by this technique. As with any surgery, we have seen complications after abdominoplasty (tummy tuck); However, they were unusual and usually small.

NOTE:

It is important to have an accurate diagnosis made by a qualified surgeon experienced in all types of body contouring surgery to do all that is necessary (see Predictions and pitfalls: Credentials). Partially trained physicians offer liposuction in general, gynecological, dermatological and other medical practices. These doctors can provide liposuction, but most are not trained or interested in the more complex tummy tuck (tummy tuck). The results after liposuction in a patient who actually needs a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) are usually disappointing for these candidates.

There are many variations in the techniques for performing a tummy tuck (tummy tuck) and there are significant variations in the results, the complication rate and the length and difficulty of convalescence. It would be a mistake to assume that all techniques are the same. Before surgery, the surgeon should make you understand the basics of the technique, the average length of convalescence (especially the postoperative limitations), and the rate of complications.

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