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Tummy Tuck in Malaysia – Yuck Tuck! by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 7:30am People are going to third world countries for plastic surgery. The reason is cost. It is cheap there. At the minimum, the cost of the hidden price is frequently mediocre (or lower quality) work. Sometimes there is tragedy. This one falls under the category of sloppy work or a “Yuck Tuck.” A tummy tuck shouldn’t have a deep crea ... Read on »
The Tummy Tuck vs. the Mini Tummy Tuck by tummytuck Posted Tue 14 Aug 2012 7:07am If you have been considering undergoing a tummy tuck procedure, you are likely aware that there are two main types of tummy tuck procedures available: the full tummy tuck and the mini tummy tuck. To put it very simply, the main difference between the full tummy tuck and the mini tummy tuck is that the full tummy tuck in San Francisco tightens u ... Read on »
What the Tuck?! Behind the Pure Barre Tuck. by LittleMissRunshine Posted Tue 02 Apr 2013 5:50am Yesterday was day 1 of the  Pure Barre Boston  spring challenge of attending 20 classes in 30 days.  My first class back to the barre was with Megan who I had a class with  one other time  and loved it.  She had great attention to detail with her students and a clear enthusiasm.  I was pretty pumped that she even called out Kristina and I in cl ... Read on »
Reader Question: Did I Hurt My Tummy Tuck? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 12:00am Reader Question: A few months ago I had a tummy tuck and right after I had the stomach flu and was throwing up for a few days. Now I am afraid I hurt something. How do I know if I screwed something up? Vomiting involves muscular movement of just about the entire abdominal muscular group, an area in which sutures are usually pla ... Read on »
Reader Question: Too Old For Tummy Tuck? by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 24 Sep 2009 12:00am Reader Question: I am 64 years old and want a full abdominoplasty fairly soon. Can someone be too old to have the surgery? My health is excellent and I work out several times a week. I have performed even extended tummy tucks in patients over 70 years of age with few problems. In my opinion, it is the patient’s overall health t ... Read on »
Bad Tummy Tuck? – Maybe by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 18 Nov 2009 12:00am People e-mail occasionally or ask on some of the forums at which I participate whether they are the victims of a “bad tummy tuck.” I found these images on one such forum. There is a pre-op and a several week post-op image. I would like to think a real plastic surgeon did not do this: Before Sur ... Read on »
Awake Tummy Tuck – “Awake to Scream?” by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Apr 2010 12:00am An Emergency Room doctor in Texas is marketing the “Awake Tummy Tuck.” Apparently she removes some skin under local (numbing shots only) and is touting this as better than the alternative: In my duties as an expert witness for the California Medical Board, some of the most terrifying cases I have reviewed have involved non-plastic ... Read on »
Good Plastic Surgery in the OC – Tummy Tuck by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 20 Dec 2010 10:30am Good Plastic Surgery Orange County California Tummy Tuck Here is a nice woman who exercised constantly but could not lose the “pudge” in her tummy. Upon examination, a belly button hernia was found with a lot of muscular wall thinning nearby – likely a derivative of child bearing. A tummy tuck with abdominal hernia repair was perf ... Read on »
Tummy Tuck Diet – “Are you Kidding Me?” by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Sat 15 Jan 2011 9:00pm Reading the tabloids on our way through a store line today yielded a cover story “Tummy Tuck Diet.” So I read the article. What a load of crap! A tummy tuck is not a weight loss operation. In fact you are better suited to a tummy tuck after you have already lost weight and have a hanging pannus or loose skin hanging from your low ... Read on »
Reader Laura on Scissors Left Inside Woman After Tummy Tuck by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Feb 2011 10:30am Reader Laura Comment A French woman lived with severe pain for months due to a surgical error after a tummy tuck. Her surgeon left a 4 inch pair of surgical scissors. She went back numerous times with pain to her doctor but he just told her it was normal to feel pain after a tummy tuck. I wouldn’t have gone back to a doctor that did s ... Read on »