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Sculpt your way to perfect abs.

Attain perfectly defined proportions with our abdominoplasty procedure.

Mini abdominoplasty: £ 5995
Full abdominoplasty: £ 6995

Added services:
Liposuction: + £1000 (1 area)

What is Abdominoplasty?

Also known as: Tummy tuck | Abdominal tuck


No more feeling self-conscious about your midsection! Abdominoplasty is a process by which excess fat and skin around the gut area is trimmed away, and the abdominal muscles are tightened or repaired as needed, giving you the beautifully sculpted, toned body you’ve always wanted.


Depending on your body type and desired goals, you can opt for a mini abdominoplasty, a more intensive full abdominoplasty, a ‘fleur de lis’ abdominoplasty, or a procedure where liposuction techniques are co-opted with the tummy tuck to give you the most natural results.

Abdominoplasty: What are your options?

Broadly, there are 4 types of abdominoplasty procedures you can consider.


  • Partial or mini abdominoplasty
    Who is it for: Those who have good muscle tone and just need to remove lower quantities of fat or skin.
    What it involves: It involves making an incision on the lower abdomen to remove extra skin and fat and then closing the incision.
  • Full abdominoplasty
    Who is it for: Those who need to rejuvenate the areas both above and below the belly button.
    What it involves: This involves more than one incision, as well as some muscle realignment and repositioning of the belly button.
  • ‘Fleur de lis’ abdominoplasty
    Who is it for: Those who require very high amounts of fat and skin folds to be removed.
    What it involves: It involves vertical as well horizontal incisions to tighten the areas above and below the belly button, as well as on the lateral sides of your stomach.
  • Abdominoplasty with liposuction
    Who is it for: Those who require targeted removal of fat in addition to tightening of the abdominal skin and muscles.
    What it involves: This is done in cases where fat deposits cannot be removed with traditional abdominoplasty. It will involve incisions as well as fat removal with a cannula or tube.

Abdominoplasty: What do you need to keep in mind?

  • A consultation with our surgeons will help you ascertain what kind of abdominoplasty you need.
  • Since the tummy tuck procedures involve incisions, they will leave scars. However, our surgeons will try to confine the incisions to areas that can be covered up easily with clothing.
  • As an aftercare recommendation, you will have to wear a post-operative garment for 6 weeks to control swelling and promote healing.
  • You will be prescribed pain medication to aid during the recovery process.
  • The procedure takes 3-4 hours and involves a recovery period specific to patients.
  • It is suitable for both men and women.
  • We recommend you wait until after you have finished having children to get this procedure so that the results are not lost with subsequent pregnancies.
  • However, there are no other risks to getting pregnant after you have had a tummy tuck.

Why go for an abdominoplasty?

  • It defines the shape and contours of the abs, giving you the dream body you want.
  • It restores confidence after a pregnancy or other changes in your body.
  • It removes loose skin from your abdomen, making your post-weight loss gains visible.
  • It helps improve urinary or bladder functioning for many.

How long do the results last?

A tummy tuck procedure lasts indefinitely with specific surgical methods that are tailored to your needs. This is precisely what our team of experts does for you to ensure the best results. However, the results may become less visible if you undergo subsequent pregnancies.

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