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AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO ABDOMINAL SCULPTING

LOWER STOMACH AIRSCULPT®

The lower stomach is a common region for stubborn fat to develop, especially for young mothers dealing with baby fat. Sometimes, stubborn abdominal pooches even develop into full-fledged layers of overhanging flab. With AirSculpt®, you can selectively target these pockets of fat in the lower abdomen, or sculpt the full belly region for a more comprehensive transformation. Wielding patented AirSculpt® technology, our surgeons sculpt the stomach with unmatched finesse, delivering dramatic results that emphasize your natural contours, unlike the uneven, lumpy changes patients get with liposuction. Our technique’s unique mechanism stimulates collagen production, which means you’ll likely skip the need for a tummy tuck or other type of stomach skin tightening procedure.

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Stomach: Pre / Post Op Timeline

  1. One Week Prior:

    • Avoid the following for one week before and after AirSculpt:
      • Tobacco
      • Alcohol
      • Fish Oil
      • Flax Seed
      • Omega 3 Pills
      • Avoid mixing alcohol and medication
    • Breast enhancement will also need to come in for imaging
  2. 24 Hrs Post-Op:

    • Return to work if you feel comfortable to do so
    • Drainage is normal and may occur for anywhere between one day and a few weeks
      • Use your brand-new foam from the recovery bag and place the foam as you found your first one, underneath your garment.
    • Walk at least 30 minutes daily
  3. 48 Hrs Post-Op:

    • Return to work if you feel comfortable to do so
    • Walk at least 30 minutes daily
    • Foam will reduce bruising as well as prevent fluid from building up where it's not supposed to.
      • Leave the one we sent you home with for 48 hours, until your first shower. 
      • On your shower day (48 hours after), you can throw the white foam piece and any poise pads away.
      • Use your brand-new foam from the recovery bag and place the foam as you found your first one, underneath your garment.
    • Garments sticking to entry point holes is normal - this will last only a week or two until the points become scabbed over.
      • Get these small areas wet before taking off your garment if it bothers you, or use small pieces of gauze between your openings and the garment.
  4. Two Weeks:

    • Most workouts can be resumed at two weeks
    • Sexual activity can be resumed whenever the patient is comfortable
  5. One Month:

    • Swelling and bruising will begin to subside more quickly
  6. Six Months:

    • Final Post Op Visit
    • Results should be fully complete by this point and will be permanent if constant weight maintained
  7. 24 Hrs Prior:

    • Nurse will call to remind of the arrival time. Verify medications are picked up and patient's driver/ride after procedure.
  8. Day Of:

    • Eat prior to the procedure.
    • DO NOT take any sedating medications
    • Arrive 30 minutes prior to procedure time
  9. One Week:

    • One-week post-op visit in person- check entry points
  10. Three Weeks:

    • You can remove compression garment
  11. Three Months:

    • Post Op Visit

Stomach: Pre / Post Op Timeline

  1. One Week Prior:

    • Avoid the following for one week before and after AirSculpt:
      • Tobacco
      • Alcohol
      • Fish Oil
      • Flax Seed
      • Omega 3 Pills
      • Avoid mixing alcohol and medication
    • Breast enhancement will also need to come in for imaging
  2. 24 Hrs Prior:

    • Nurse will call to remind of the arrival time. Verify medications are picked up and patient's driver/ride after procedure.
  3. Day Of:

    • Eat prior to the procedure.
    • DO NOT take any sedating medications
    • Arrive 30 minutes prior to procedure time
  4. 24 Hrs Post-Op:

    • Return to work if you feel comfortable to do so
    • Drainage is normal and may occur for anywhere between one day and a few weeks
      • Use your brand-new foam from the recovery bag and place the foam as you found your first one, underneath your garment.
    • Walk at least 30 minutes daily
  5. 48 Hrs Post-Op:

    • Return to work if you feel comfortable to do so
    • Walk at least 30 minutes daily
    • Foam will reduce bruising as well as prevent fluid from building up where it's not supposed to.
      • Leave the one we sent you home with for 48 hours, until your first shower. 
      • On your shower day (48 hours after), you can throw the white foam piece and any poise pads away.
      • Use your brand-new foam from the recovery bag and place the foam as you found your first one, underneath your garment.
    • Garments sticking to entry point holes is normal - this will last only a week or two until the points become scabbed over.
      • Get these small areas wet before taking off your garment if it bothers you, or use small pieces of gauze between your openings and the garment.
  6. One Week:

    • One-week post-op visit in person- check entry points
  7. Two Weeks:

    • Most workouts can be resumed at two weeks
    • Sexual activity can be resumed whenever the patient is comfortable
  8. Three Weeks:

    • You can remove compression garment
  9. One Month:

    • Swelling and bruising will begin to subside more quickly
  10. Three Months:

    • Post Op Visit
  11. Six Months:

    • Final Post Op Visit
    • Results should be fully complete by this point and will be permanent if constant weight maintained

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