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Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure which may improve any discomfort and appearance caused by excess skin, soft tissue, fat and muscle.

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Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure which may improve any discomfort and appearance caused by excess skin, soft tissue, fat and muscle.

Payment plans available
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As we age, it becomes increasingly challenging to maintain a toned abdomen despite adhering to a disciplined exercise routine and healthy diet.

After pregnancy, many women experience thinner and wrinkly skin, increased fat deposits in the abdominal, waist and flank areas, and lax abdominal muscles. During an abdominoplasty surgery, excess skin and fat tissue are removed, and your abdominal muscles are tightened by surgical repair. This may also help alleviate back pain and improve core strength.

If you are considering abdominoplasty or tummy tuck, we are here to assist you in making informed decisions and achieving your desired results.

At Eydis Aesthetics, we have a team of experienced and skilled doctors who are committed to guiding and supporting clients throughout the process of getting a tummy tuck. We provide detailed information about the procedure and what to expect before, during, and after the operation.

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From $3,999 per area

Includes surgical fee, anaesthetic fee, post-operative compression garment, post-operative recovery pack, and follow-up appointments for up to 1 year. All patients get complimentary PEMF treatments for bruising, and LED bed therapy.

Additional cost include hospital fee.

Our team will provide you with an itemised total cost at your initial consultation, after Dr Charlotte Ying has reviewed and discussed your options with you.

Anaesthetic and Hospital/Theater fees are dependent on surgery time, therefore we are unable to give an estimated amount before your in-person consultation.
All cosmetic procedures are not Medicare and/or health fund rebateable.
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What to expect after abdominoplasty?

  • Abdominoplasty is usually done as a day case under general anaesthetic. Most patients can go home the same day with a support person.
  • When you wake up after the operation you should have minimal pain as local anaesthetic will have been administered into the area. The anaesthetic lasts for about 6-12 hours.
  • Pain/discomfort varies considerably from person to person. Medication to relieve pain will be prescribed.
  • You will need to wear a compression garment for 4-6 weeks after surgery.
  • There will be swelling and bruising after abdominoplasty. This will gradually subside with the help of bruising treatments, garment compression, and lymphatic drainage massages.
  • Most patients return to work after 7-10 days, depending on the amount of fat removed, number of areas, and nature of work. Small areas (arms, and/or isolated one area) may warrant a shorter recovery period.
  • No exercising for at least 2-4 weeks, depending on the amount of fat removed, and number of areas.

Possible risks and complications:

All surgeries carry risk. Although uncommon, it is important that all patients understand the possible risks and complications associated with abdominoplasty. These will be discussed in detail with you during your consultation with Dr Ying, and include, but are not limited to:

Bruising, swelling, pain, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, asymmetrical results, irregular contours, seroma, skin loss, skin loosening, haematoma, wrinkling, dimpling, infection, changes in sensation, poor scarring, nerve damage, fat embolism syndrome, local anaesthetic toxicity, wound breakdown, allergic reactions, stroke and/or heart attack, and atelectasis.

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Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.