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What Can Be Done About Stubborn Bra Rolls?

Many women don’t realize that diet and exercise, although helpful and important, have limitations on how they can alter the body’s shape and appearance. Sometimes, surgery is the only thing that can target stubborn areas. At Restora Austin, we specialize in the Tummy Tuck 360 to help our patients enhance their figures and feel more confident in their bodies. With its incredible ability to target specific areas of fat, you can rest assured that your results are exact—without having to spend countless hours in the gym.

Read on to learn what Tummy Tuck 360 can do for your stubborn back and bra rolls.

What Is Tummy Tuck 360?

Tummy Tuck 360 is a surgical procedure that aims to remove fat from the body through the use of liposuction. It is a minimally invasive procedure that is intended for patients who have moderate amounts of excess fat in various areas of the body. One of these common areas is the back, just underneath where the bra wraps around the back.

Tummy tucks or abdominoplasty procedures have been performed for several decades now. A traditional tummy tuck involves removing excess skin and fat anywhere below the belly button, along with tightening or repairing the separation of the abdominal muscles in the midlines, which is often the result of pregnancy or weight gain. Dr. Gordon and Dr. Reid at Restora Austin perform tummy tuck procedures regularly, but they found that while patients are thrilled with the results from the front, they lacked any visible change in the “back.”

In the past, liposuction couldn’t be combined with a tummy tuck. That is, until advances in surgical techniques and the introductions of innovative procedures like SAFELipo®, patients now have a safe, effective option to achieve their desired results from the front and the back.

The Benefits of Combing SAFELipo with a Tummy Tuck

Unlike other forms of liposuction, SAFELipo® first loosens, emulsifies, and separates out the unwanted fat cells and then gently removes them. Then it equalizes the remaining thin fat layer without generating heat. This protects and keeps the valuable blood vessels, skin, and surrounding tissues from being damaged or destroyed in the process.

Surgery usually lasts approximately three hours. The back and posterior hips are liposuctioned first, and then liposuction of the abdomen is performed, followed by a tummy tuck. By combining these techniques, you’re able to get the total body transformation you want.

Who Is a Good Candidate?

Typically, an ideal patient is done having children and frustrated with the pockets of stubborn fat that bulge beneath their bras. In addition, a good candidate for a Tummy Tuck 360 also has excess fat on the flanks and back that they would like to address. By using an undermining technique for a Tummy Tuck 360, liposuction of the abdomen is safe to be performed. Candidates are typically at or near their ideal weight prior to surgery.

Learn More About Tummy Tuck 360

Stubborn back rolls shouldn’t keep you from wearing your favorite bikini or bodysuit. Save yourself countless hours at the gym and consider Tummy Tuck 360. For more information about Tummy Tuck 360, schedule a consultation at Restora Austin with Austin’s most trusted body contouring surgeons by calling (512) 371-8817 or contact us through our website.

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