Tummy tuck Poland is a very popular procedure, which provides very impressive results. If you want to take it even further and enjoy even more extensive outcome, maybe you should consider a circumferential tummy tuck. If you want to learn what is the difference – keep on reading!
Table of contents
- 1 How tummy tuck Poland is performed?
- 2 Who is a candidate for abdominoplasty abroad?
- 3 How is circumferential tummy tuck performed?
- 4 Who is a candidate for body lift surgery in Poland?
- 5 Circumferential VS traditional tummy tuck Poland
- 6 Circumferential and traditional tummy tuck abroad price comparison
How tummy tuck Poland is performed?
Tummy tuck in Poland is always performed using general anesthesia. On average cheap abdominoplasty abroad takes around 2 – 2,5 hours to perform. Firstly, the surgeon makes a horizontal incision on the bikini line. Size of the incision depends on the amount of skin and fat that needs to be removed. Doctor then lifts the skin and takes care of the loosened muscles, tightens the remaining skin and pulls it down to close the incision site. At the end, usually, a new opening is created for the bellybutton.
Who is a candidate for abdominoplasty abroad?
General requirement for candidates for a cheap tummy tuck in Poland should be less than 25 pounds from their ideal weight. Patient should not suffer from any long time diseases and generally has to be in good health. Another important factor, which can affect the surgery, is to keep the weight stable. Of course, a good candidate for affordable tummy tuck needs to have excess skin, hanging from the abdomen.
How is circumferential tummy tuck performed?
A circumferential tummy tuck is a far more complex procedure. A circumferential tummy tuck surgery abroad may take even up to 5 hours to perform. The incisions extend around the torso – because of that the surgery is also sometimes called a belt lipectomy (as the cut is made at a belt level) or body lift. During the surgery loose skin is removed, but not only from the tummy – also from outer thighs and buttocks. Then the muscles are being tightened, and also the buttocks and outer thighs are lifted. At the end, usually, a new belly button is also made. All in all, circumferential abdominoplasty abroad can be defined as an extended tummy tuck with a buttock and thigh lift.
Who is a candidate for body lift surgery in Poland?
As you can see, a circumferential tummy tuck is definitely a more extensive procedure, so it is not for everybody. Usually, candidates for a circumferential tummy tuck have lost a lot of weight and have a lot of loose, overhanging skin. A circumferential tummy tuck is designed to help formerly obese patients get rid of this extra skin and fat and add muscle tone.
Circumferential VS traditional tummy tuck Poland
|Traditional tummy tuck||Circumferential tummy tuck|
|less extensive||more extensive|
|incision below bikini line||incision on a belt level|
|natural effects||more dramatic effects|
|surgery time: 2,5 hours||surgery time: up to 5 hours|
|general anesthesia||general anesthesia|
|addresses abdomen only||addresses abdomen, thighs and buttocks|
Circumferential and traditional tummy tuck abroad price comparison
Undergoing any kind of a tummy tuck surgery abroad is an excellent idea, as it is cheap and affordable in Poland, you can save up to 70%!
Circumferential tummy tuck in Poland starts from just 3000 GBP! While the same procedure costs 4500 GBP in Germany and even 7000 GBP in the UK!
Regular tummy tuck in Poland is also extremely affordable – the price starts at 1700 GBP. In comparison, tummy tuck in Germany costs 3500 GBP and in the UK the average price is more than 6000 GBP.
As you can see, the geographical factor is highly important as the surgeons and clinics present the same level of professionalism.
Cheap tummy tuck surgery and circumferential tummy tuck abroad are both great options for patients who want to save up on their surgery. If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact our patient advisors and book your affordable tummy tuck today!
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