Tummy Tucks for Severe Diastasis
Diastasis refers to a condition where the abdominal muscles on either side of the midsection become significantly stretched, leading to a protruding abdomen. Dr. Leber repairs sever diastasis by folding and suturing excess tissue to produce a flatter abdomen and slimmer waistline.
Recovery and Results
While patients typically return home the same day as their abdominoplasty, a few days of bed rest after the procedure is recommended. Discomfort can be managed with oral pain medication, while a compression garment worn after surgery will minimize swelling. Patients usually return to work and daily activities within 1-2 weeks after the procedure.
Results of the tummy tuck can be seen right after the procedure and continue to improve as the abdominal area heals. As long as a healthy weight is maintained after the procedure, tummy tucks are considered a permanent way to regain a firmer, leaner midsection.
Dr. Leber and his staff are here to help you achieve your aesthetic goals in a safe and caring environment. If you’re interested in scheduling a procedure, reach us by phone (480) 945-5522 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.