Male Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty Surgery For Men in Atlanta, GA

For a man, abdominoplasty, commonly known as a tummy tuck, is a procedure similar to a tummy tuck performed on a woman, but not identical. A male abdominoplasty requires a shorter and different incision. Additionally, fat distribution differs in males and frequently requires additional liposuction to achieve the desired body sculpting.

To learn more about tummy tuck surgery with Dr. Crispin, contact Crispin Plastic Surgery today to schedule a consultation in Atlanta.

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What's the Difference Between Tummy Tucks and Liposuction

What Are My Male Body Sculpting Surgery Options?

Body sculpting/contour requests generally differ among the genders. Women often request a cinched waist to create an hourglass figure, whereas men desire a more defined, muscular abdomen, such as six-pack abs or V-lines. Each patient will have unique goals and require customized surgery. Learn more about tummy tuck surgery here.

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Schedule Your Atlanta Tummy Tuck Consultation

Contact Crispin Plastic Surgery online or by calling (404) 257-0064 to schedule a consultation for a tummy tuck with Dr. Crispin. He will ask questions to understand your goals for treatment, examine you, and give his recommendations for the best and safest approach. Patients throughout the Atlanta area choose Dr. Crispin because of his caring approach, his surgical expertise, and his beautifully natural-looking results.

Atlanta Tummy Tuck - FAQs

Diastasis recti is the separation of the rectus abdominal muscles, which is common in women after pregnancy. It is the cause of that “post-baby belly pooch” that never goes away. A full tummy tuck, also known as abdominoplasty, is used to tighten and repair this separation, restoring a flat and smooth abdomen

Liposuction removes fat only, without treating stretched skin or weakened muscles. Liposuction alone can be an excellent choice for slimming stubborn areas of excess fat, but only if the skin has the resilience to tighten naturally over the reduced contours. When stretched, loose skin is part of the problem, surgery to remove excess skin is needed for optimal results. A tummy tuck can also repair separated abdominal muscles (diastasis recti).

When correction of diastasis recti (muscle repair) is required as part of a tummy tuck, more discomfort can occur in the first days of recovery. Dr. Crispin, one of the top tummy tuck doctors in Atlanta, GA, can use EXPAREL long-acting anesthetic, injected directly into the muscle at the time of surgery, to provide more comfort to supplement oral pain medications.

Yes. A tummy tuck can be combined with other surgical and non-surgical procedures for an even greater personal transformation, like liposuction or gynecomastia surgery.