4+ Reasons to Consider a Tummy Tuck

Have you worked hard to stay in shape and eat right – only to be left with some remaining stomach pooch that you just can’t get rid of? It doesn’t seem fair, but you can get rid of that annoying pooch with a tummy tuck! Here are some other reasons why a tummy tuck might be right for you.

Why should you have a tummy tuck?

Besides finally getting rid of that extra bit of stomach fat, you may want to consider a tummy tuck for these reasons:

1. It also gets rid of excess skin. Even if you do a great job of getting rid of all of that belly fat, the excess skin that came along with that fat can remain. Once skin gets stretched it stays stretched!

2. It can improve your overall health. If your tummy muscles are weakened and you are carrying extra skin and fat, it can cause back pain and other problems – especially if your back pain keeps you from exercising. A tummy tuck can tighten those muscles, adding support for the back (which can even improve your posture!).

3. It can remove scars. If you have unsightly scars or stretch marks in your abdomen region, a tummy tuck can help. Tummy tucks aren’t for removing scars, but during a tummy tuck the skin with the scar can be removed.

4. It can give you the confidence to enjoy life! You’ll be able to wear what you want without worrying about how you look. You can go to the beach or the pool without feeling self-conscious.

A tummy tuck can do a lot for your physical and mental health. What are your reasons for considering a tummy tuck? Whatever they are, you can count on Iorio Plastic Surgery to answer all of your questions and help you to get the results you want. Contact Iorio Plastic Surgery for a tummy tuck consultation to see what a tummy tuck can do for you! Call the office in Holmdel and Colts Neck, New Jersey, at 732-780-9191 or the office in Brick, New Jersey, at 732-458-7400 today to make an appointment!

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