What are the potential risks and complications of a tummy tuck?
The potential risks of a full or partial tummy tuck procedure include:
- Wound infection, which will require antibiotics
- Pain or uncomfortable feelings
- Blood clots can appear in the tissue around the incision sites
- Skin grafting for skin that does not heal
- Excessive accumulation of fluid (seroma) may occur under the incision site and may require a procedure for draining
- Numbness at incision sites, however this should go away
- Blood transfusions if substantial loss of blood during surgery
- Adverse side-effects to anaesthetic, such as nausea or vomiting
- Tight feelings throughout the stomach, which can cause difficulties in bending over and other movements
Blood clots are rare; however, should a blood clot occur it can move to the lungs, chest or deep veins of the legs, which is life-threatening.
The corset tummy tuck procedure will leave very large visible abdominal scars. These scars are red, thickened, raised and can be annoying, itchy and unsightly.
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During this consultation, your personalised treatment will be planned and you will be provided with further information.
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