360° Abdominoplasty

A Circumferential Approach to Contouring of the Abdomen
      Contouring of the waist and abdomen should address the patient circumferentially. The addition of iliac liposuction as well as flap liposuction contours the waist and gives a balanced result to the new waistline.

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