Abdominal surgery - Health Channel

Abdominal surgery

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Six-pack abs is a very popular procedure for men who still want to look very masculine. In that sense, Dr. Jaime Flores, Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgeon, explains patients want their indentations and ripped abs back.

The procedure consists of liposuctioning the entire area flat and then doctors can feel the inscriptions, the divisions of each rectus muscle and be very aggressive in those inscriptions almost very superficial, so that skin tacks down to the muscle.

The specialist recommends the patient maintaining exercise and healthy eating habits to help liposuction last. If the person gains weight, he is going to gain weight in the areas that were not liposuctioned leading to abnormal increase in his arms and legs. Fat has to go somewhere.

Transcript
Let’s talk briefly about the six-pack abs that men are doing what exactly is this so it’s a very popular procedure for men they still want to look very masculine and so instead of causing what I call the Jillian Michaels curvature for the women they actually want their indentations back they want their the ripped abs back so what we do is liposuction the whole entire abdomen you’re assuming that they had them in the first place or sometimes we can actually create them again you have to choose the right person someone who is really overweight that’s not gonna work for them right what we want to do is accentuate what they have so we liposuction the entire area flat and then you can kind of feel the inscriptions the divisions of each rectus muscle and we get very aggressive in those inscriptions almost very superficial so that skin tacks down to the muscle and it lasts yes as long as you maintain your your exercise and eating habits if you gain weight what happens with liposuction when you gain weight is you’ll gain weight and other areas that weren’t liposuctioned you may gain weight in your arms your legs, unproportionally the fat has to go somewhere correct

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