Oxnard Tummy Tuck Surgeon
Plastic Surgeon for Oxnard, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Surrounding Areas
If you are plagued by a protruding, loose, or sagging tummy that hasn't
responded to weight loss or exercise, then you may be a candidate for
a tummy tuck, also known as an abdominoplasty. This surgical procedure
is performed to remove excess fat and skin and to restore weak or separated
muscles in the abdomen. Aging, pregnancy, weight fluctuations, heredity,
and prior surgeries all may cause the problem of an abdomen needing a
tummy tuck. Abdominoplasty is not a substitute for an appropriate weight
loss or exercise program and women considering future pregnancies should
consider postponing this procedure until after they have completed their
If you are considering a tummy tuck performed by a board-certified plastic
surgeon, then look no further than Dr. Gorodisky at West Coast Plastic
Surgery Center. Dr. Gorodisky has focused on aesthetic surgery throughout
his training and career and has the experience and qualifications you
will want in a plastic surgeon. His goal is to provide the best care and
the best outcome for all his patients. He has stayed abreast of advancements
in his field and is well-known and well-respected among his peers as a
doctor dedicated to excellence. He urges you to contact him for a consultation
at your convenience regarding your interest in a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty).
Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck)
You may be a good candidate for a tummy tuck if you feel that your tummy
protrudes too much even though you are in good health. Ideal candidates
are those with excess skin hanging over their belt line, with pockets
of fat or loose skin, who have maintained a stable weight and good health.
The procedure is also useful for women with stretch marks, and stretched
abdominal muscles from pregnancy.
Are you interested in a tummy tuck?
Contact Oxnard plastic surgeon
Dr. Gorodisky to discuss your possible abdominoplasty in a consultation today!
Click here to view before and after pictures of Tummy Tuck patients!