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The Procedure

Abdominoplasty, sometimes referred to as a tummy tuck, is performed to improve the shape and contour of the abdomen. The best candidates for a tummy tuck are those that have excess skin and fatty tissue, often due to extreme weight loss. The surgery is also commonly requested by women that have experienced muscle diastasis (stretched abdominal muscles) after pregnancy. The procedure is also a good choice for patients that have achieved a healthy weight but still have an isolated bulge around the middle they have not been able to get rid of through diet and exercise alone. Dr Ritz will evaluate your situation and aesthetic goals to determine whether abdominoplasty is the right choice for you.

About Dr Morris Ritz

Dr Ritz has been awarded the Synthes prize for best publication from the Association of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons of Southern Africa, and the Phyllis Knocker/Bradlow award from the College of medicine in South Africa, for the most distinguished graduate in academic excellence. He has been published extensively in Australia and overseas.

Dr Ritz is a council member of the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and is the National Secretary for The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.

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Disclaimer – Every patient is unique and results may vary. Surgery and all health regulated services carry risks which need to be discussed with your doctor to ensure you are fully informed and realistic outcomes have been explained.