Have you experienced a major weight loss, but are still unhappy with your appearance? Are you frustrated with the presence and discomfort of excess skin and tissue? A belt lipectomy procedure, or a circumferential tummy tuck and lower body lift, is a surgical procedure to help smooth, tighten, and lift the abdomen and surrounding areas. Explore the benefits of this procedure during a consultation with our experienced team at Cosmedical Rejuvenation Clinic in Toronto, ON!
Dr. Kesarwani has been performing body lifts since the 1990s, so you can be confident knowing that he has the experience to help you achieve the body you want affected by aging and dramatic weight loss.
What Is a Belt Lipectomy?
A belt lipectomy is a surgical procedure to remove excess tissue and skin from the body following major weight loss. Also known as a circumferential abdominoplasty, this procedure is an effective method for lifting and smoothing multiple areas of the body, such as the:
A consultation with our team in Ontario can help you explore everything this multi-beneficial procedure can do for you!
What Could I Expect from a Procedure?
A belt lipectomy can be viewed as a combination of multiple other procedures, including a:
- Back tightening
- Butt lift
- Thigh lift
- Tummy tuck
This surgical procedure removes excess skin to sculpt, contour, and lift the abdominal area and surrounding areas on the body. The goal of the procedure is to create a smoother, flatter appearance you love.
Choosing a belt lipectomy is a commitment to a major surgical procedure. This procedure is performed under general anesthesia in a hospital setting, and an overnight stay is usually required. There will likely be downtime associated with the procedure, and our team will provide you with all proper pre and post-care instructions and recommendations. While you should begin to see results immediately, results will vary for each person.
A dramatic improvement in the shape of your body will be seen. Scarring will occur, however the application of silicone gel for three months can help make any scars fade. You can read more about silicone scar gel here. Please note that surgical scars will tan like the rest of our skin when exposed to the sun, however, they often don’t similarly fade. Diligent sunscreen use is incredibly important for the first 12-18 months after your surgery. We have a variety of non-comedogenic options in the office that we can help select for you depending on your skin type.