Are you ready to stop wearing loose shirts and covering up your midsection? The body contouring specialists at Center for Plastic Surgery offer tummy tuck surgery for people in Bethesda, MD, at their nearby location in Chevy Chase. Our experienced, board-certified plastic surgeons provide exceptional care—including advanced pain control—and natural-looking results to enhance your confidence in whatever you wear.
Tummy Tuck Before & After Photos
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Patient had a mommy makeover that included a tummy tuck, or abdominoplasty, to remove excess skin and fat from her midsection for a slimmer more contoured silhouette. She also had liposuction completed on her flanks to slim her overall figure.
Technically called abdominoplasty, tummy tuck surgery is best for people in good health who are at or near their target weight; it is not a weight loss procedure. While our plastic surgeons personalize abdominoplasty to the unique needs of the patient, these procedures typically provide the following benefits:
Tightening lax, sagging abdominal skin
Repairing abdominal muscles that are stretched and separated
Why Do Bethesda Residents Choose CPS for Tummy Tuck Surgery?
Our Chevy Chase location is less than 2 miles from Bethesda, making it an easy drive down Wisconsin Avenue for a premier plastic surgery experience. Voted “Best Plastic Surgery Practice in Virginia,” the Center for Plastic Surgery team is renowned for their expertise—not just locally but across the country. They perform surgery at multiple locations near Bethesda, including our accredited outpatient surgery center in Northern Virginia. Consultations and post-op appointments can be scheduled where it’s most convenient, either in Chevy Chase or Annandale.
Do You Combine Tummy Tucks With Other Procedures?
Women interested in mommy makeover surgery often combine tummy tuck surgery with other procedures to correct the effects of pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. Popular options include: