If you aren’t getting the trim stomach that you want, a tummy tuck in Thailand
is an easy and affordable way to get rid of that stubborn fat preventing you from achieving your goal. Best of all, it is a procedure with a high long-term success rate provided you follow the post-op recommendations of your surgeon.
Sustained Weight Loss
According to the results of a trial published in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons journal, 70% of women who had a tummy tuck procedure, also called an abdominoplasty, had a sustained weight loss greater than the amount of fatty tissue that was resected. However, all of these women did the right things after surgery which we outline below.
Staying Trim In The Long Term
Regardless of whether you’ve had a partial or complete abdominoplasty, the site of the operation will need to be stitched and then covered with bandages. Listen carefully to the surgeon’s instructions on caring for the bandages in the days immediately after leaving the clinic. The surgeons at the Naravee Aesthetic Center will use a firm, elastic band as a bandage because this promotes proper healing.
Many people make the mistake of trying to exercise strenuously soon after their operation but this simply isn’t possible. In fact, you won’t be able to return to a high level of activity for up to six weeks after the tummy tuck. If possible, schedule several weeks off work to ensure proper recovery.
From the moment you leave the clinic, your focus should be on maintaining a healthy weight. Begin with gentle but consistent exercise and take a close look at your diet. Busy office workers make the error of surviving on calorie dense ready-made meals. Be prepared by creating your own healthy dishes and taking them to work while avoiding junk food. It will be difficult at first but if you travel all the way to Thailand for a tummy tuck, you need to alter your bad habits to get the very best out of the surgery.
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