Posts Tagged ‘ tummy tuck ’


If you have lost a significant amount of weight or undergone multiple pregnancies, your skin may have become loose or saggy. For many people, loose skin doesn’t just “bounce back” to its original state, and the effects of weight gain and weight loss may have changed your body shape.

Top 3 Myths About Tummy Tucks

  Although it is the top rated procedure when it comes to patient satisfaction, there are still many people who stay away from the tummy tuck because of certain things that they have heard. The truth is, a lot of what we think we know about the tummy tuck is false. Here are the top three misconceptions […]

Dr. Ortegon Answers Your Tummy Tuck Questions

The tummy tuck has gained a reputation as being the most satisfying cosmetic surgery procedures in the United States. However, a procedure of this magnitude often comes with many questions from both those considering a tummy tuck as well as those who have recently undergone the surgery. Dr. Delio Ortegon is our board certified plastic […]

Why a Tummy Tuck May be Your Answer for the San Antonio Sun

A lot of us have judgments about tummy tucks but the truth is that you can run across Texas each week and stick to a strict diet of water and chicken, but if that extra skin left over after major weight-loss, pregnancy or a number of other reasons lacks elasticity, there is no exercise or […]

Want a Flatter Stomach? Follow These 4 Steps

Slimming down the midsection is one of the hardest things to do. Aside from watching what you eat and going to the gym, minor lifestyle changes can work together to enhance your results. Consider these four steps to help get a flatter stomach. 1. Stop Overeating You can prevent overating simply by choosing a small […]

Survey Reveals Motivating Factors for Specific Procedures

The latest issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery includes a study about psychosocial predictors of interest regarding specific plastic surgery procedures.  According to authors of the study, certain physical, social and psychological factors can predict interest in breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, liposuction, and abdominoplasty. The results were based on a survey conducted of 3500 (1862 respondents) […]

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