General anesthesia

The duration of the operation

3-4 hours

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Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at restoring the aesthetically pleasing appearance of the abdominal area. This is usually done after a major weight loss or pregnancy. Excess skin is removed along with fatty tissue and slack abdominal muscles are tightened. Abdominoplasty is an effective procedure that restores the beauty of the body while solving medical problems such as separation of the abdominal muscles (diastasis), abdominal wall hernias or lower back pain.

The result is a flat and trim stomach, which is often difficult to achieve with diet and exercise alone.

Small tummy tuck

The focus is on restoring the abdominal wall below the navel. The incision is made horizontally above the intimate area, and the scar remains hidden under the clothes. Surgery is often combined with liposuction for better results.

Major tummy tuck

The entire abdominal wall from the rib cage to the intimate area is restored. The incision is made in the lower abdomen from one hip socket to the other. Excess skin and fat are removed, abdominal muscles are tightened and the position of the navel on the abdominal skin is corrected, i.e. the navel is transplanted. A major abdominoplasty is often combined with liposuction and diastasis correction.

If necessary, drains are left in the wound for 2-3 days, through which excess wound fluid is collected in the drainage bag. The surgical scar is long, but heals quickly, becoming light and soft over time. Here, too, the scar remains hidden under the clothes.


We give patients clear and comprehensive instructions for the recovery period, which contribute to a quick recovery and achieving the desired results. The length of the recovery period may vary depending on the characteristics of the patient and the extent of the operation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The procedure is performed on patients with a stretched abdominal wall and loose abdominal skin after pregnancy or weight loss, who want to restore the aesthetically pleasing appearance of the abdomen. Our patients are satisfied with the result of abdominoplasty, their well-being and quality of life improve significantly.

Post-operative pain is perceived differently by patients. Moderate to severe pain is fortunately limited to the first days after surgery. Painkillers help well and we recommend them to all patients during this period.

Recovery time depends on the extent of the procedure and individual factors, but most patients return to normal life within 2 to 6 weeks after surgery.

Yes, scars will remain on the body after abdominoplasty, but they will become lighter and softer over time. The surgeon makes cuts and stitches the wounds so that the scars remain as hidden as possible.