Tummy Tuck 

Abdominal Reduction

What is a tummy tuck?

Abdominal wall surgery is a surgical procedure that improves the appearance of flabby, stretched-out abdominal muscles and skin It removes excess fatty  tissue and loose skin.

What does a tummy tuck involve?

A long horizontal incision is made in the natural fold under the belly (the bikini line).  Skin is also cut around the belly button, and the fat and skin are pulled away from the muscle in a large area. Incisions are stitched  closed.

Who does the procedure?

Qualified surgeons from the UK,  our surgeons have an average of 15 years experience and are the best breed available in the UK.

Is it painful?

General aesthetic is used during the procedure; therefore you do not feel pain. You can expect to feel some pain and discomfort for several days after surgery which can be managed with pain medication.

How long would I  need to stay in hospital?

Between 1  to 3 days may be needed for you to stay in hospital.


Scars become lighter in colour and flatter after 3 to 6 months.

How soon can I  return to work?

Strenuous  activity  should be avoided for 4 weeks,  really each individual  is the best judge of when they can go back to work.  Ifyou feel discomfort,  don’t go!