Bariatric Surgery - Austin, Texas (TX)

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Austin Panniculectomy

As one common post-bariatric surgery procedure in Austin, panniculectomy is performed to remove excess hanging fat and skin. Panniculectomy could be performed alone or together with a tummy tuck, depending on the needs of individuals. Austin bariatric surgeons can advise you about panniculectomy, including the risks, benefits, how the procedure is performed and if it is the right procedure for you.

About Austin Panniculectomy

Having panniculectomy in Austin is recommended if you have loose skin, tissue and fat in the lower part of your abdominal wall after undergoing gastric bypass, LAP-BAND® surgery or other weight loss procedures. It is performed by making an incision from the lower area of the sternum to the pubic bone. Another horizontal incision is created at the pubic area, so that the excess fat and skin can be removed. The remaining skin is pulled together and closed.

Other Body Contouring Options

In Austin, panniculectomy offers long-lasting results and can give you a noticeable difference in the shape of your body. To make an informed decision, ask your board-certified surgeon to give you a personal evaluation and an explanation panniculectomy, including the other body contouring procedures, including:

Panniculectomy: Next Steps

Your procedure starts by consulting with a bariatric surgeon. Your surgeon can discuss panniculectomy in detail and inform you about all the risks involved with the surgery, including recovery times and post-operative care. We can help you find an Austin bariatric surgeon that you can set a free or reduced-fee consultation today with.

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