You work. You sweat. You religiously avoid the pre-meal bread basket, multiple happy hour cocktails, and anything resembling a dessert. Let's face it, you've denied yourself a lot of livin' trying to ditch that stubborn tummy pooch hanging around your waistline like a ball-n-chain. If the "learning to live with it" route hasn't been quite your cup of tea, maybe you're considering joining the 150,000+ patients who opt each year to have a tummy tuck.
If you’ve been following our 5 Little Words series, you’ll know that we take recovery from plastic surgery very seriously. ’Cause while results are important, getting to those results bears a pretty weighty importance too. That requires that you have a solid grasp on what to expect during the recovery period after any surgery—think pain, swelling, downtime, redness and bruising. You know… five little words?
If we learned anything from Goldilocks, it’s that no chair, porridge or bed can be all things to all people. Most things can’t. That includes plastic surgery. It’s an odd transition, but it’s true.