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The Unexpected Benefits of Tummy Tuck Surgery

As most of you know, a tummy tuck at our Columbia plastic surgery center can provide men and women with a smooth midsection by tightening the abdominal muscles and removing excess skin. However, a tummy tuck has other benefits that are more than just cosmetic. Reduce Back Pain & Improve Posture Pregnancy and significant weight …

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Pregnancy AFTER a Tummy Tuck

Pregnancy isn’t always planned. But we understand that life can be unpredictable. So, whether you've had a tummy tuck at my Columbia, MO, practice, or with another tummy tuck surgeon, getting pregnant after the procedure is not an ideal situation for several reasons. But if it does happen, educating yourself and communicating with your physician …

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The Best Scar Treatment Options After Tummy Tuck

At my Columbia, MO, practice patients considering plastic surgery often worry about the long-term appearance of their scars. This is especially true for patients getting tummy tucks. That's why it's important to look at several before-and-after photos of a plastic surgeon's actual patients before choosing a doctor. You'll see how their belly buttons and incisions look …

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Columbia, MO, full tummy tuck and mini tummy tuck blog post.

Mini or Full Tummy Tuck: What’s the Difference?

One of the most important jobs I have as a plastic surgeon is providing patients with honest recommendations about the procedure that would be best-suited for them, based on their aesthetic goals. When patients come to my Columbia practice to discuss getting tummy tuck surgery, they often ask if they would be good candidates for …

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Is Tummy Tuck For You? 3 Questions to Ask Yourself

The tummy tuck is popular because it can completely transform the abdomen, in a way that diet and exercise simply can't. Columbia men and women turn to a tummy tuck to give them the smooth, strong look they desire, removing excess skin, selectively reducing unwanted fat, and even repairing and strengthening abdominal muscles. That said, …

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