Tummy Tucks

You Remodeled Your Home, Are You Going to Remodel Your Tummy?

Tummy Tuck - RaveBabe - Castellano - Nov2021

Tummy Tuck - RaveBabe - Castellano - Nov2021Your home is your refuge. It’s where you can hide away from the world, bond with family and recharge your batteries. No wonder you are so focused on making sure it is its absolute best.

But do you give that same level of TLC to your body?

When you think about it, your body is your home first and foremost. Your house is just a place. But if you are like most of us — especially most moms — you aren’t giving the same attention to yourself as you do to everything else around you. 

Are You Up for a Tummy Remodel?

If you are like many women, one area of your body you aren’t thrilled with is your tummy. Especially after children, the abdomen can go through a lot of changes: excess fat, sagging skin, loose muscles and even diastasis recti. You’ve probably even tried to do something about it; you’ve dieted, you’ve exercised, you’ve tried to think your way into “loving the skin you’re in.” And none of it has quite worked. 

So what is the remodel that will? A tummy tuck.

The Remodel That Matches Your Vision

Just like with remodeling your home, when you choose to get a tummy tuck, you have options. Sure, there aren’t as many variables as you’d encounter when redoing your bathroom, but still, you have some choices to make. The big one is which of the various types of tummy tucks is right for you. 

There are different types of tummy tucks, making it easy to find the one that best meets your needs.

Yes, that’s right; there is more than one type of tummy tuck. And because we tend to talk about it as a single procedure, many people don’t even realize they have options. So, which ones should you look into?

The Mini Tuck

With a mini tummy tuck, you don’t change the abdomen as a whole. Instead, you just address the part that is below the navel. This is great for women who carried low in pregnancy or who have never had a child but have a pooch they aren’t happy with. It can also help to eliminate the c-section “apron” and scar that bother so many women. 

The Traditional Tummy Tuck

This is the most well-known type of tummy tuck. With this, the entire front midsection is targeted. This includes skin removal, skin tightening and muscle tightening. It requires multiple incisions and the use of post-surgical drains. 

Avelar Tummy Tuck

When looking at the Avelar vs. traditional tummy tuck, there are a few key differences. First, it includes liposuction on top of the skin removal and muscle tightening. Second, it doesn’t require the use of drains. This allows for a more comfortable recovery process. 

Extended Tummy Tuck

Sometimes, you aren’t just unhappy with the front of your midsection; you also are bothered by the way your sides and back look. If this is the case for you, an extended or 360-degree tummy tuck might be the solution you are looking for. It tightens the skin and muscles all around the midsection while also typically removing excess fat, allowing for a true transformation. 

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You Remodeled Your Home, Are You Going to Remodel Your Tummy?
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You Remodeled Your Home, Are You Going to Remodel Your Tummy?
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Not sure what type of tummy tuck is right for you? Cosmetic surgery personality RaveBabe is here to serve as your guide to the world of tucks.
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