Beverly Hills, California

Tummy Tuck Beverly Hills

Are you unsatisfied with the appearance of your stomach? Do you have excess skin or fat that you’d feel more comfortable if it were removed? Top Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon Dr. A.J. Khalil can help you achieve this through tummy tuck surgery. Contact our office today to learn more!


Achieve a Flatter, Firmer Stomach with Abdominoplasty

Tummy Tuck Beverly HillsThe midsection is a focus of concern for many people, especially women whose abdomens have changed after multiple pregnancies or individuals that have lost a significant amount of weight but still struggle with loose skin and tissue. Tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, is intended to improve the contour of the stomach by removing loose skin and fat, repairing the muscles of the abdominal wall and tightening the skin. Tummy tuck is one of the body contouring procedures offered by board certified plastic surgeon A.J. Khalil, serving Beverly Hills and the surrounding areas.

Tummy Tuck Candidates
Tummy tuck is designed for individuals that dislike the look of their abdomens and cannot achieve their desired abdominal contour through diet or exercise. Many tummy tuck candidates have developed protruding, loose or sagging lower abdomens due to pregnancy, prior abdominal surgery, weight fluctuation, aging or hereditary factors. They struggle with loose skin and tissue, damaged muscles and unwanted fat.

While tummy tuck does improve the shape of the abdomen and remove small amounts of fat, it is not intended as a substitute for weight loss. For this reason, suitable candidates should be at, or close to, their target weight. They should be in good health, not smoke and exercise regularly, Women considering tummy tuck surgery should not plan to become pregnant after the operation, as future pregnancies can counteract the results.

All of these criteria are discussed during consultation with Dr. Khalil at his Beverly Hills practice. Another topic of conversation is the patient’s specific goals of treatment and expectations.

Surgical Details

Tummy tuck surgery is performed on an outpatient basis. The first step is to administer anesthesia medications to the patient.

Dr. Khalil begins surgery by creating a horizontal incision low on the abdomen (usually right above the pubic hairline). Through the incision, he repairs the abdominal muscles and tightens loose tissue. Liposuction may be performed to remove fat deposits. He may decide to make an additional incision around the navel to relocate it higher on the abdomen if needed. The skin from the upper abdomen is gently pulled down and any excess skin is removed. Finally, the remaining skin is sutured together and dressings or bandages are placed.

Recovering from Tummy Tuck Surgery

After surgery is complete, patients are monitored for a short time and then released to go home. Dr. Khalil provides comprehensive instructions that include how to care for the surgical site, medications to take, signs of a potential problem and a reminder for the follow-up appointments.

Bruising, swelling and soreness are common during the first two weeks of tummy tuck recovery. Patients are encouraged to rest and refrain from bending, lifting or straining. Most patients return to work two weeks after surgery and gradually add exercise into their daily routine. Dr. Khalil monitors the recovery process and advises when it is safe to go back to work, driving, exercising, socializing and other normal activities.

Contact Our Beverly Hills Tummy Tuck Surgeon

For more information about tummy tuck surgery, please contact Dr. Khalil and request a consultation. Call or email our practice to make your appointment today.

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Results by Dr. Khalil

  • Flatter stomach
  • Firmer abdomen contour
  • Body type proportionate to your size
  • Slimmer profile

Recovering from Tummy Tuck

Post-surgery bandages will be added around your incision site. Small tubes may be added to drain excess fluid.

Dr. Khalil will give you specific instructions on how to care for the surgical site while recovering. This includes how long you will wear your garment and when to follow-up.