Tummy Tuck is a technique to remove the excess flabby abdominal skin along with tightening of the abdominal wall muscles to refurbish the skin tone and provide a flatter When do you need Abdominoplasty? Abdominoplasty helps in situations enumerated below: An abdomen that bulges and is out of proportion to the rest of your body Excess or baggy abdominal skin Laxity and separation of abdominal muscles Additional fatty tissue that is concentrated in the abdomen This surgery is especially beneficial for women with lax abdominal skin after pregnancy or after massive weight loss. The above-mentioned situations cry out for a tummy tuck, which will result in a flat abdomen. The traditional method of tummy tuck followed by most surgeons provides a flat abdomen but not necessarily a good body contour with pleasing aesthetic outcome. Dr. Cortés’ perception in terms of what a tummy tuck should do is very different from that of his contemporaries. He has painstakingly developed the revolutionary technique called the ‘Hourglass’ tummy tuck, which has a number of advantages over the normal tummy tuck technique. The Hourglass tummy tuck will not only flatten the belly but will also improve the anterior and side profile of the patient. Along with flattening the abdomen, it defines the hips and waist proportionately. In other words, the Hourglass tummy tuck combines the traditional tummy tuck technique with liposculpture of your abdomen. A unique part of the hourglass tummy tuck is that Dr. Cortés performs fat transfer to the hips, which provides a curvaceous, more attractive figure. After years of experience in doing this procedure, Dr. Wilberto Cortes has come to the conclusion that just a flat tummy will not give the desired figure. It is the relationship between the size of the waist and the hips that yields better results, providing you with an attractive figure. Hourglass is probably the most coveted of all body shapes and an Hourglass tummy tuck will help you achieve just that. Do log on to https://www.rejuvenusaesthetics.com to learn more about this procedure.