The best Abdominoplasty or Tummy Tunk in Iran
Tummy-tuck surgery or abdominoplasty, can flatten your abdomen by removing loose, excess fat and skin and tightening muscles in the abdominal wall by Dr BayatShahbazi in Iran. It can also remove some if not all of the stretch marks in your lower abdomen. It is popular following pregnancy, massive weight loss or whenever a flabby abdomen with weak muscles impairs body contour. Most patients report improved self-esteem as a result of this procedure.
Dr BayatShahbazi Is The Best Plastic Surgeon In Iran
People seeking Plastic Surgeon, including liposculpture, Rhinoplasty, Tummy Tunk, Otoplasty and so on abroad want both great doctors and great prices. Iran is one of the best destinations for medical tourism due to the high experience of cosmetic surgeons on the one hand and the affordable cost of these surgeries. Also, Fully equipped and modern clinics and hospitals in Iran, it is possible to provide the highest quality services to patients.
Why Dr. Bayat Shahbazi
Dr. Mohammad Ali Bayat Shahbazi was born in 1965. He received his MD degree from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1989 and completed a residency in general surgery in 1993 at the same university.
After spending 7 years in the southern province of Bushehr as a surgeon, he entered Iran University of Medical Sciences to pursue a fellowship in cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery. In 2003, Dr. Bayat Shahbazi completed his fellowship as the top-ranked student of the class.
Immediately after his fellowship, Dr. Bayat Shahbazi took the national board-certification exam and ranked 2nd to officially become a board-certified plastic surgeon. He later passed advanced courses in cosmetic laser surgery in England and Germany.
Dr. Bayat Shahbazi spent 6 years in the cities of Khorramabad and Qom as a plastic surgeon before moving to Tehran, where he opened his office to offer cosmetic plastic surgery services.
He is currently one of the most experienced plastic surgeons in Tehran with over 16 years of experience in performing cosmetic surgery and a total of 23 years as a surgeon in general.
Dr. Bayat Shahbazi makes use of the most up-to-date equipment in his practice and he uses his own cutting-edge devices, especially those used for body-contouring procedures, such asLipomatic®, Liposat®, and Ultra-Z™. He performs most of his surgeries at a hospital in Tehran.
Doctor of Medicine, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 1982-1989
Residency (General Surgery), Tehran University of Medical Sciences, 1989-1993
Fellowship (Cosmetic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery), Iran University of Medical Sciences, 2000-2003
When to Consider a Tummy Tuck
- If you’ve got flab, stretch marks or excess skin in your abdomen that does not improve with diet or exercise.
- If the shape of your abdomen has been affected by pregnancy or massive weight loss.
- If you feel that your protruding abdomen is unattractive.
- If your self-confidence is marred by your stomach contour.
A personal consultation with your board-certified aesthetic plastic surgeon will determine the best option for you. Here are some different approaches:
- Full Abdominoplasty
In addition to the incision across the lower abdomen, a traditional tummy tuck involves an incision around the navel. Excess skin is removed, muscles are tightened and liposuction may be used to contour the abdomen. This surgery removes skin from above the navel down to the pubic area that has been compromised by pregnancies, genetic laxity or obesity.
- Mini Abdominoplasty
A single incision is made in the pubic area, which will be placed as low as possible and can range from a few inches to the entire span of your abdomen. Through this incision, your surgeon will remove excess skin, tighten slack muscles and possibly use liposuction to further refine the area. The ideal candidate for a mini-tummy tuck has laxity and protrusion below the navel. A mini-tummy tuck is usually recommended for those who have always been in fairly good shape but cannot achieve their aesthetic goals with diet and exercise.
After the abdominoplasty is over, your abdomen and sutures will be bandaged. The area to be operated on is covered with a sterile bandage so that it is neither too tight nor too loose, and the dressing should be changed frequently until the wounds are completely healed.
A small tube may be temporarily implanted under the skin to collect water, water, or other contents.