World Health Medical
Weight Loss Surgeries

Tummy tuck

We can consider this operation an aesthetic operation, since it does not affect the digestive processes, but directly removes excess fat and skin from the abdomen, which is usually the part where it accumulates the most.

This operation requires general anesthesia, and there is no longer laparoscopy, it is a more invasive method where the skin of the abdomen is released with a scalpel, removing excess fat and skin, even the abdominal muscles are reinforced with sutures if they are very flabby.

The operation usually requires general anesthesia, lasts about 2-4 hours and after the operation you have to wear a girdle to further support the area. Here, even in a minimal way, there are scars and it takes a while for the abdominal shape to be homogeneous.

Liposuction

This can also be considered an aesthetic operation. It is one of the best known when it comes to removing fat from the middle, but it is useless if after liposuction we continue with bad eating habits, since it does not intervene in anything on the digestive system.

It consists of extracting fat using a syringe that aspirates it. Here the problem is that in the event of a significant reduction in fat, there will be excess skin and aesthetically it is not beautiful, so another operation will have to be done later to reduce that excess skin.

It does not require hospitalization and the anesthesia is local , so it is a few hours we can get a few kilos of fat out of the way.

Weight Loss Surgeries
Customer Testimonials
Richard Moore
Richard Moore
I visited Istanbul 2 weeks ago for my hair transplant from USA.
Thomas Crooke
Thomas Crooke
High level of sterilizaton, smooth process and great results.
Charles Lillard
Charles Lillard
Last weekend I visited Istanbul from London to have a hair transplant.
Mohammad Hannah
Mohammad Hannah
I want to start with saying : WH Medical is 5 stars plus, the staff were very considerate helpful and professional.
World Health Medical:
Hello, you can contact us via
Whatsapp.
03:08
Start the Conversation