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Tummy Tuck Surgery
A full tummy tuck targets both the lower and upper abdomen. The entire abdominal skin is re-draped and the abdominal wall musculature is tightened. The umbilicus (belly-button) is also moved into a more appropriate location. A mini tummy tuck is a smaller procedure which principally concentrates on tightening and reshaping the lower abdomen. The excess skin and fat is then removed, and your belly button is re-created.
Liposuction is often combined with an abdominoplasty to contour the abdomen and can be extended to include the hips, flanks and thigh regions
The team at Sydney Cosmetic Sanctuary understand that in today’s world, making a commitment to looking after yourself can be quite a task, especially if it involves a lot of travel to different locations. We are the first practice in Australia that has combined all your major cosmetic needs under the one roof, with the same team looking after you on your journey. This gives us the unique ability to provide an unparalleled level of holistic care. For example, our Australian- first ‘Sanctuary Experience’ package guarantees a level of comprehensive aftercare that is unmatched in the industry today. We pride ourselves on providing you with a level of care that will have you telling your friends and coming back for more.
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Disclaimer – Every patient is unique and results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services carry risks which need to be discussed with your doctor to ensure you are fully informed and realistic outcomes have been explained.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we will be open for phone and online consultations. Please click here to arrange your virtual consult with Dr Kumar. At this time we are continuing to operate on urgent skin cancer and hand trauma patients.
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