Tummy Tuck Surgery

Warren Clinic Plastic Surgery specializes in abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), a procedure which removes extra skin and fat from the abdomen and restores weakened or separated abdominal muscles - creating a smoother, firmer profile. Abdominoplasty is often done after childbirth or weight loss, but can also help with fat collections that have not responded to diet and exercise. Both men and women are candidates for tummy tuck surgery.

Your Abdominoplasty Consultation

There are many factors to discuss when considering tummy tuck surgery. Led by Drs. Paul A. Berry and Kevin P. Kunkel, the highly skilled and attentive team at Warren Clinic Plastic Surgery are here to help you make an informed and confident decision. During an initial consultation, they'll take the time to:
  • Why is abdominoplasty being considered?
  • What are the expectations and desired outcome of the surgery?
  • Discuss the patient's medical conditions and previous surgeries, drug allergies and medical treatments, including current medications, vitamins and herbal supplements as well as alcohol and tobacco use.
The surgeons and staff will use this information to evaluate the patient's general health status and any pre-existing health conditions. They will discuss general risk factors as well as any individual risk factors a patient may have. They will also talk to the patient about the recommended course of treatment and any potential complications. If it is decided that abdominoplasty is right for the patient, then photographs will be taken for the patient's medical record.

View 3D animated video of an abdominoplasty procedure.

Drs. Paul A. Berry and Kevin Kunkel, are board certified and members of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Why is this important?

Learn More About Warren Clinic Plastic Surgery

Should you have any questions or need further information on Warren Clinic Plastic Surgery, please call 918-502-7175. The staff will be happy to give you the tools to make the best decision for you and your family.

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