Many people devote a large portion of their exercises to building abdominal muscles. However, even with exercise, not everybody can achieve that athletic six pack definition.
Abdominal etching which is known as six-pack surgery is a surgery designed to reshape and contour the abdominal body fat to provide a looking that men desired. This procedure is equally popular for both men and women.
Unlike traditional abdominal liposuction, where all the fat might be removed from the abdominal area, the plastic surgeon literally etches out an instant six-pack by removing certain deposits of fat. Contouring the abdominal fat pad establishes definition where the muscles would naturally be. The whole procedure accentuates the abdominal rippling and your stomach appears tighter, firmer and more muscular like you had always hoped.
The surgical procedure is a simple outpatient operation done under general anesthesia. The procedure is not reversible, so the patient must accept long-term responsibility for maintaining their physical condition.
Patients typically go home the same day following abdominal etching. Most patients return to work in 2-5 days after the procedure. An abdominal binder is worn for 2-3 weeks. Each week following abdominal etching, the six-pack definition of the abdomen will become more and more obvious until final results are achieved 2-3 months later.
Stay in Turkey
1 to 2 Days
4 to 7 Hours
Slight (Vary On Individuals)
Immediate and Permanent
• Stop taking blood thinners 7 to 10 days before surgery.
• Quit smoking 2 to 3 weeks prior to the procedure.
• Say no to alcoholic beverages during the last 3 to 5 days.
• Avoid strenuous exercises 24 to 48 hours before transplant.
• Safeguard yourself against infections, even common cold.
• Avoid caffeinated drinks during the final 24 hours before surgery