How to remove excess skin after weight loss surgery? The treatment that must be recognized
Bariatric surgery can cause a sharp loss of body weight, resulting in excess skin. How to overcome the problem? Dr. Ron Azaria, a plastic surgery specialist, explains how the appearance of the skin can be improved
How to remove excess skin after weight loss surgery? The treatment that must be recognizedPhoto & Edit: Walla! NEWS
Bariatric surgery has become available and accepted in recent years as part of encouraging a healthy lifestyle and maintaining weight. But what is the process that is going towards the surgery? And what happens to the excess skin after successfully undergoing surgery and recovering?
"Bariatric surgeries are slimming operations, and their proportion in the public is increasing," says Dr. Ron Azaria, a specialist in plastic surgery and the secretary of the Israeli Association of Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery. In the hips and more. Any place where there is unnecessary skin becomes problematic. "
Is it possible to remove any excess skin in all these areas?
"Yes. It depends very much on what bothers people after losing weight. Some will interfere with their fallen face, or arms. Many women suffer from the appearance of the chest, abdomen, buttocks and hips.
What is the recovery time from such surgery?
"Much more surprisingly shorter than other surgeries. Recovery is a two-week, two-week discomfort. After the surgery, it is most important to return to physical activity."
"Our specialty is to place the scars in places that are hidden in the body," adds Dr. Ron Azaria, "in the skin cuts, hidden places in the groin or places that the clothes hide."More in Walla! NEWS More in Walla! NEWS
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