Case #21304: 35-44 year old woman treated with a Tummy Tuck

Case Description

A mother of 3 in her mid 30’s who is bothered by the appearance of her abdomen after pregnancy. She has an umbilical hernia and bulging of the abdominal wall as well as excess skin.

She is shown before and again, just 6 weeks after an abdominoplasty. Her umbilical hernia was corrected by general surgery at the same time. Her abdominal wall muscles that were stretched from her pregnancy was repaired during the abdominplasty and the excess skin was excised. A “champagne groove” was fashioned in the fat above the umbilicus and a beautiful hollow was sculpted around the umbilicus. EXPAREL was used to limit her need for narcotics and pain medication after surgery. Her scar is placed in a “thong” position where it is low enough to be hidden by a thong or by yoga pants or most clothing styles. There is typically still swelling of the abdomen that will resolve over the next 6 months. And the scars are at the reddest and thickest at 6 weeks and will now begin to fade and improve over the next 2 years or longer. She is thrilled with her early improvement.

Jonathan D. Hall, MD
Jonathan D. Hall, MD
92 Montvale AveStonehamMA02180US

Jonathan D. Hall, MD

92 Montvale Ave, #3300, Stoneham, MA,