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Have you seen ads for supplements, workout routines or ‘simple tricks’ that guarantee you a well-toned abdominal six pack? They’re lying. Medically speaking, this is simply not possible. A lot of people are flat out unable to naturally develop six packs or visibly toned muscle structure in certain places, no matter how many supplements they take or how many tailored workout regimes they try. Their inherent muscle structure and adipose tissue arrangements just don’t allow it.
Is Abdominal Etching Right For You?
- If you’ve stopped seeing gains from working out but would still like better muscle definition.
- If you’ve lost a lot of weight but just can’t seem to shake off the belly flab, various body toning procedure can finish the job.
- If you’re in good health and want an athletic look to reflect it, abdominal etching can make it happen.
Without a consultation session, it’s not possible for us to say with certainty that abdominal etching is right for you. But generally, if you’re looking for better muscle definition and exercise can’t make it happen, it’s a great choice. In our experience, many patients tend to underestimate what it can do and end up being very pleasantly surprised.
Abdominal Etching includes:
The operation itself is relatively straightforward and minimally invasive. It only requires local anaesthesia and you’ll be able to walk out afterwards, and capable of returning to work after only 1-3 days.
After the anaesthetist has gotten things started, your surgeon will make one to four small incisions, each one about 2-3mm long. The exact number will depend on the precise requirements of your body contouring procedure. A micro-cannula, only 1mm in diameter, will be inserted into these incisions and moved back and forth across the problem areas, delivering a combination of anaesthetic and tumescent fluid. This will numb the area, restrict bleeding, prevent excessive swelling and break down fat cells so they’ll flow away more easily.
With the area prepped like this, it’s time for the surgeon to swap cannulas and go to work. They’ll now insert specialised suction cannulas and remove the lingering fat cells, paying special attention to areas around the abdominal musculature, clearly defining the linea alba and tendinous intersections. Once they’re finished, each incision can be neatly shut with a single stitch.
Our frequently asked questions are meant to provide you with a guide to some common concerns regarding our most popular cosmetic surgery procedures. For full details on any surgical or non-surgical procedure performed in our clinics, we recommend booking a consultation with one of our highly experienced surgeons.
How long is the recovery time?Generally, patients who have undergone abdominal etching can return to normal activities 3 weeks after their operation, this could vary from person to person. A post-garment will be provided to patients which will need to be worn for at least 4 weeks.
Will there be much scarring?The incision scarring for Abdominal Etching surgery are well hidden therefore the scarring is minimal. Typically, the scarring fades over time and eventually disappear.