Endoscopic Tummy Tucks

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How does endoscopic abdominoplasty build muscle tone?

Endoscopic Tummy Tucks

Some days, hitting the gym just doesn't work, especially when you've:

  1. Had a baby
  2. Had gastric bypass surgery
  3. Had disease or trauma and difficulty with nourishment

Your inner gastric muscles, those are your stomach musclles, may be weak, and sit-ups just won't work. Ask your surgeon about endoscopic abdominoplasty. The endoscope can locate weakness in your inner muscle tone.

Note that the muscles running vertically, or down, your abdomen typically take a beating after birth, surgery or illness. The surgeon goes in and tightens these muscles, essentially giving you the equivalent of five sessions on the incline bench. If your skin looks like a Shar-Pei's, traditional abdominoplasty will work better for you. After all, you don't want to jiggle in the wrong places when you're on your Lifecycle.

   

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