Abdominal cosmetic surgery

Diastasis recti is a functional condition which often has negative repercussions on the patient’s appearance.

Diastasis recti leads to the development of an abnormally large belly even if the patient is not overweight and has no other cosmetic issues. In such a scenario, plastic surgery to the abdomen is sufficient to restore the patient’s former silhouette.

Diastasis recti, however, is often accompanied by other conditions, such as fat deposits, abdominal apron or keloids, which require treatment during the same surgical session to enhance the structural procedures performed and give a complete result. In the absence of diastasis recti, there may be other imperfections or sagging of surface layers of the skin, to be treated individually. Hanging abdomen or abdominal apron in formerly obese patients, subcutaneous fat deposits and outcomes of previous surgeries requiring correction can be treated and resolved by abdominoplasty, mini-abdominoplasty or liposculpture.


The main plastic surgery procedures we offer are given below.


Liposculpture is a surgical procedure designed to reduce and reshape subcutaneous fat deposits in various areas of the body.


A mini-abdominoplasty involves the pulling down and removal of the excess skin and fatty tissue in the lower region of the abdomen, without detachment of the navel, as is done in a standard abdominoplasty.


Abdominoplasty is a major procedure which has become more straightforward in recent years with the development of less invasive methods

Correction of previous surgeries

The abdominal wall may be involved in numerous surgeries over a patient’s lifetime for a variety of clinical reasons.