Six-pack surgery, also known as pack contouring, is a type of cosmetic surgery that creates a six-pack pattern on the abdomen. Six-pack surgery uses a new liposuction technique to extract extra abdominal fat and makes lines in the abdominal muscles. This surgery will help you to have a six-pack abdomen without the need for strenuous exercises. If you want to have a flat stomach, we advise you to do regular liposuction; it is a better option.
Making an excellent six-pack is hard, and this is because every part of your abdomen needs to be strengthened. With a good personal trainer or some personal research, you can definitely find the right program that includes various abdominal exercises for making a six-pack. Still, this surgery is a more straightforward method.
Who is a Good Candidate?
• You are a good candidate for six-pack surgery if:
• You have less than 18% body fat.
• You have a stable weight and a healthy body.
• You eat a healthy diet and exercise.
• You cannot create a six-pack through exercise.
• You have fat and sagging skin on the abdomen.
• You eat nourishment foods, and you are not chubby.
Six-pack surgery can be performed under both local and general anesthesia. The procedure is very similar to regular liposuction, which uses a cannula to remove extra fat from the body.
First, the surgeon draws lines on the skin of the abdomen that marks the location of the six-pack. These lines are used as a guide during surgery. Then a few small incisions are made in the stomach.
Next, a small metal tube called a cannula is inserted under the skin to extract extra fat from under the drawn lines. To create a six-pack on the abdomen, the surgeon strategically places some fatty tissue under the points that need to be prominent.
Finally, the surgeon removes the cannula and sutures the incisions. Dry sterile gauze and sanitary pads are placed on the suture and incision site.
The final result of this operation will be seen after six months.
Bruising, swelling, and pain are common post-surgery abdominal discomforts that usually go away after two weeks. After the surgery, there is a slight swelling in the operation area. Your body heals on its own in about 3-4 weeks, and the best result takes about 3-4 months. Of course, the results can be seen immediately after the operation. Avoid pressure or aerobic exercise for at least three weeks after surgery. This prevents bleeding, bruising, and swelling and does not resume strenuous activity, still, thisWith a for 4 to 6 weeks. Contact your doctor if you notice fever, severe pain, and discoloration of the surgical site during this time. It’s good to walk a little at home every day, raise your head while sleeping, and be sure to take the medications prescribed by your doctor.
• Skin discoloration
• Inconsistency in created six-pack
• Nerves and muscles damage
If you do not follow the doctor’s order and continue the previous lifestyle, the operation results will disappear after a while.